Monday, September 10, 2012

Good Morning


Nothing says "Good Morning"  like a morning glory :)
Up before I am, they love to surprise me as I walk into the garden.


This one's peeking around the corner
eager to see what this new day will bring.


Here's one to reflect the summer sky.


And what would a summer sky be without fluffy, white,
marshmallow clouds :)


Every day should include a plateful of magic.


Now that morning's come to an end,
the morning glory gracefully curls back into itself.
I'm off to find some "afternoon" flowers!

14 comments:

  1. Lovely morning glories.
    Opens on a good day!
    At night they close their flowers.
    Wonderful color scheme.
    łucja

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    1. They definitely make my morning brighter!

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  2. Bright colors, nice morning glory!

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    1. Thank you Nadezda, have a wonderful day :)

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  3. Lovely colors of morning glory you have there Rosemary.
    Over here, there's only purple color, a deep one, very nice indeed. It is used as food coloring in our local delicacies :)

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    1. I always learn something interesting from you Ash, so nice! I would think natural food colouring is much healthier than artificial.

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  4. I'm only familiar with the blue varieties that grow like a weed here. Love the pinks and whites. What a treat to see around your space. Very pretty.

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    1. Thank you, these flowers reseed themselves and grow like crazy right now climbing everything they can, but first frost and they'll be gone so I'm enjoying their bright blooms while I can.

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  5. I love morning glories - the way they unfurl from a sheath and then curl in on themselves after their beauty has past.

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    1. I agree with you Rosemary, it all happens too soon though, sometimes by the time I'm out in the garden they've already closed up!

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  6. lovely collection!
    beautiful flowers, perfect for wonderful hedge...

    xoxo, Juliana
    [pjhappies.blogspot.com]

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    1. They are fierce climbers and are currently growing into my honeysuckle tree and all over my neighbour's cedar hedge!

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  7. Beautiful photographs, beautiful flowers. I am greeting

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Thank you so much for your kind words :)

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