Saturday, July 12, 2008

Sky Watch Friday: My Front Yard

A tumbled section of the fence with Northern bedstraw and crown vetch.

Northern bedstraw.
The colonists used this abundant plant to stuff their mattresses in the old days.

Amy's tomatoes (Brandywine heirloom) are beginning to bloom in their pots near the fence.
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  1. This is a lovely view … the sky and wildflowers are wonderful. I enjoyed the close up of flowers too. I shared a view from MY front yard this week for Sky Watch at Sacred Ruminations on Friday.
    Hugs and blessings,

  2. Love these photos, especially the third of the tomato blossoms. So detailed and crisp and bright.

  3. Very nice close up photos! Love it!

  4. Oh I particularly like that first shot with the fence and sky :)

  5. beautiful pictures, the details of the last image are fantastic.

  6. I'm sorry you were missed out from a visit... I do like your post as well... apart from the flowers and sky we get to see your garden.. excellent.

  7. What a wild and wonderful frontyard. I can almost smell the sweetness rafting up from the flowers.


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