Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - Form, Flower

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    1. Yes, the light here is almost always doing something interesting! (except now, the storm and thick clouds are moving in from the W)

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  2. I enjoy the look of the trees this time of year. And when spring comes again, the lovely shades of green make everything look different. I love plants against the stucco. My favorite combo is bougainvillea against a hot stucco wall/ramada.

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    1. That mountain mahogany is all green leaves, but they have a duller green in winter and are a little thinner...it is amazing to watch them fill in, ditto live oaks. Stucco...agreed. Bougainvillea...am jealous!

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  3. LIGHT. Gorgeous.

    Of course you have done the design thing with backdrop, texture & etc.....

    Oddly warm here. Tea olive, camellias, daphne, mahonia, hellebore......

    XO T

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    1. Yes, this lighting is amazing at times...soon the sun will be higher and so different in that space. Thanks:-) You all are so warm from the pic I saw from a blog just S of Atlanta...looks like April.

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  4. Pretty.
    The winter jasmine looks similar to our primrose jasmine. Deer don't like it...which makes it a favorite around here.

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    1. I used some primrose jasmine here on a college project, and it really looked nice last visit. I must use that plant some more. Deer non-attractant = very good!

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  5. Nice composition. I'm still struggling with ineptitude this winter. Maybe old timers. lol.

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    1. Thanks. Ineptitude? Yeah right...me, it just burn-out from too much work, etc for almost 8 years straight! Just glad there are more meaningful things out there. (many think designing would be fun, but often not)

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