Saturday, January 9, 2010

Summer and Fall 2009


Here are the last two videos to wrap up a look back to last year.



high res version here.




high res version here.

16 comments:

  1. Hi Sweetbay,
    I really enjoyed seeing your beautiful garden in all seasons. You have some great shots of it and a great idea to do a video of it .
    Thank you for sharing,
    Carolyn

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  2. Hey, the rose seeds arrived today, thanks!!! :)

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  3. Both, fall and summer, are beautiful in your garden! I love the feeling of space, openness. Great location for a garden. Thank you!

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  4. The videos are well done! You have lovely flowers at every season, and I enjoyed seeing those summer butterflies.

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  5. Now being throu all your seasons I'm impressed ( as usual :) and are lokking forward to what's coming .. A smart idea to put them together like this :)

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  6. Wow SweetBay ~ wonderful videos. I just love your place and could really see us living somewhere like you do. I love your gardens in all seasons. Thanks for making the videos. Was is hard to do?

    FlowerLady

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  7. Just beautiful. I love the sweeping seas of purples and yellows -- your meadows are super.

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  8. What a wonderful way to spend a little time reliving the past at your place, Sweet Bay. Hopes for the season yet to come. Thanks! :-)
    Frances

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  9. Thank you for visiting!

    Flowerlady, the vids weren't hard to make at all. I made them in Picasa. There are many options and you can make the video and upload to youtube by pushing one button.

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  10. Once again it's fun to go around your place and see all of the flowers in bloom. What a special treat is always is.

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  11. Lovely, just lovely, Sweet Bay! While I usually think of summer as my favorite season for gardening, your fall colors are stunning. Nice to see all your winged friends once again, too.

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  12. I enjoy comparing photos from different seasons. I have a few scheduled for my next post on Wed. Your gardens are lovely year round.
    Marnie

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  13. These videos make me long for the fullness and maturity of the garden. The bidens with the roses look so good. Did you plan that lovely frontyard out to be natural and full like that or did it happen by accident? It is so nice.

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  14. Tina it's a bit of both. How is that for an answer? lol Bidens grow wild everywhere here and they make excellent fillers. They're especially useful now that I stopped watering everything but the new beds around the house. Our house was moved out of the floodplain in Nov. '06 and we moved back in April '07 (we thought we'd never get back in). So the big perennial bed used to be back of the house. I really like having that garden in front of the house.

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  15. Hi Sweetbay

    I played them both and have to say that my confidence in 'yellow' is restored.

    I have an on, off feeling towards this colour, but the rudbekia in Summer and the Coreopsis in fall stole the show for me.

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  16. I KNEW Summer would be my favorite ~ it always wins in my book. Everything is so full and lush this time of year as evidenced in your garden. The painted lady & swallowtail photos are so good but you had tons of fantastic butterfly photos last year. I remember salivating over them (when we hardly had a butterfly here) I can't wait until it's here again then I want time to slow to a crawl!!

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