Spring Garden

Spring Garden

Spring garden – on a beautiful Albuquerque day like today being out in the garden is always pleasant. Today was an especially pleasant and interesting spring day. Friend and fellow photographer Tim Price, whom many of you know from his blog, TandL Photos, took me to an early morning appointment with the eye doctor. We then came back to the house and sat out on the patio, just enjoying the day, catching up on life, and looking for beautiful and interesting things to photograph.

This is the first part of a two part “tandem blog.” The second part is here, “Lizard Love.

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Sky Even More Beautiful than Usual
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Reliably Colorful Pansies
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More Reliably Colorful Pansies
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White Clematis Beginning to Bloom

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Shrub Rose, “Be-Bop”
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Tim Let Me Photograph Him as We Sat and Talked

As we sat and talked, something suddenly caught Tim’s photographer’s eye. He was up close and personal in no time:

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Tim Photographing Something Interesting

To see some wonderful photos of what Tim captured in the garden on this spring day, check out his post today, “Lizard Love.” His images are spectacular! I usually look forward to seeing and photographing interesting things when I visit Tim and Laurie in Corrales. I was very happy Tim found something of interest in my garden!

8 Replies to “Spring Garden”

    1. It was such a beautiful day, all the way around! Your lizard images are spectacular!
      Thanks for taking me to the eye doctor this morning.

      1. Any time you need a ride. Gives us good reason to catch up on life, the universe and everything, and get photos of birds, flowers and lizards.

        1. Thank you again, so much! I’m looking forward to all of us being ready to resume the “photographic excursions.” I think we are getting there…! 🙂

    1. Hi, Barbara! Thank you. I try to plant them every fall because they are so hardy and reliable. They will die as soon as it gets hot, but other things will be blooming by then. I have always regretted the times I did not make time to plant them in the fall.
      Thanks for dropping by. 🙂

  1. These are beautiful spring photos, Susan. And a nice one of Tim, too!

    I will have to remember to plant pansies in the fall in protected areas. It gets too hot for them here in summer, as well.

    1. Hi, Lavinia. Thank you! Pansies are tough, and quite reliable. I hope if you plant some in the fall they will do well for you there.
      Thanks for dropping by today! 🙂

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