Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Gathering of the Greens

Living in the country enables the collection of many varieties of greens (and even some reds).

10 comments:

  1. MMmmmmmmm! I can smell the greens!

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  2. Oh very nice we do not have as much evergreen here although I did make a wreath once out of fallen branches from my eucalyptus tree :)

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  3. I did not give into the temptation to do this on our recent nature outing. Can't you just see me getting fined for such a thing. It's rough living in the city. Your greens are beautiful and I bet they smell wonderful.

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  4. Oh, such a pretty shot. I just bought 175 feet of pine and cedar garland roping to hang on the split rail fence in my backyard. I figure if I can't have live greens in my house this year, at least I'll have them outside!

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  6. Just beautiful! You have a great talent for capturing nature in all its beauty.

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  7. I am enjoying your photos. They are so lovely. I don't know if I told you but your holiday header is also very, very festive and nice.
    grace to you,
    ~a

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  8. You know, the past few years we've set up a fake tree (we found a *great* deal and couldn't resist), but oh, how I miss the scent of freshly cut pine in the house! Perhaps I'll have a to find a, evergreen somewhere.... in a friend's backyard perhaps... that won't mind missing a limb or two :)

    Happy December to you, Deb... and blessings for a wonderful weekend ahead!

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