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Through my Window

Soft Sun less Sunday
Dripping with Double Delight
Off to catch the post...
Postcards from Paradise


Rachel said…
Beautiful pictures, the ones from the window bring a great perspective!
lovely photos ~ very creative ~ lots of energy ~ thanks, ^_^

ps ~ same weather in MA ~ Rain!
Annie said…
The emerging beauty from this series made me almost lightheaded. My heart beat a bit faster.
joanne said…
your peony is ready to burst....haiku made me hate the rainy weather less.....nice
rebecca said…
oh sue...the third photograph is so moody and stunning! thanks for showing me what your eyes see and filling me with the wonder of it all.
one day i would love to wake up in the same part of the world beside you looking out these very windows and hearing your voice.
Karen said…
Your photos prove that rain can be beautiful.
gma said…
Oh a lovely view from your window. You can let nature in.
redondowriter said…
Even in the rain, the flowers are gorgeous.

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