Sunday, February 21, 2010

Long Summer Afternoons







Enjoy your Sunday!

Image 1 - here Image 2 - here Image 3 - Notebook Magazine Images 4 & 6 - Home:Creative Interiors for Everyday Living Image 5 - Home Beautiful Magazine

20 comments:

  1. I do long for summer here. I am actually getting some work done in the yard today. It is in the low sixties which is so much better than it has been here in a long time. I love it.

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  2. Can't wait for this time of the year! Lovely post and lovely blog!!

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  3. What a sight for sore, tired eyes your post today is, thanks Leigh. We've had a beautiful summer here in Melbourne this year - lots of sun followed by lovely rain. Hope the 'harvest' went well! Rx

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  4. Such inspiring pictures for the summer to come. From my chaise, I am still looking at a white landscape. I so enjoy your blog. Thank you, Francine

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  5. Oh, this is just gorgeous! Here in Sweden we have -20C and I'm really fed up with winter. These summer images are just what I need :) I especially love the photo that's second from the top...

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  6. So beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. You put up the prettiest pics! I always smile when I stop by!

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  8. Your beautiful photos take me away to a place and time where time is still measured in minutes and life experiences are subtle, discreet and tender.

    Thank you!

    Sandy

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  9. I hope the dead heading went well and is completed so you can enjoy your Sunday afternoon

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  10. Each one of these images was a welcome respite from what I still can not avoid...views of the snow that still blankets my property!

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  11. They are all so beautiful, the first is my favorite. Reminds me of my childhood.
    xxx

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  12. hi Leigh, how did the agapanthus go? I had grand plans for the garden today but alas it is showering...again.. hope you have a lovely day too, cheers Katherine

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  13. I plan on spending at least a couple of hours in a location like this today (in between cleaning and laundry!) - or the weekend will be over before I know it.

    Thanks for the rpompt Leigh, i'm going to step away from the computer and go loll about a bit.

    Hope you're taking a break from the dead heading today!! what a mammoth scale task you have on your hands there!

    julesx

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  14. These photos make me excited to see summer!!
    joan

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  15. I could use a long summer afternoon right about now! Those chairs on the beach look heavenly!

    Enjoy your Sunday as well!

    Kat :)

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  16. Oh, to have so little tidying up, washing, and cleaning up after our flood that I could spend today in one of these relaxing places! Bet your muscles are sore after you harvest. Clare x

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  17. We are so glad we found this lovely inspireing blog! We also looking forward to the summer...sick and tired of 2 meter of snow...
    Can we add you to our bloglist? Love C&M

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  18. As I scrolled down through your post, I found myself repeatedly sighing. Gorgeous photos that make me long for warm weather. Yesterday the sun was shining, but it was oh so cold. I guess I'a little anxious. =) Great post Leigh.

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