Monday, November 19, 2007

Assorted

I took these pictures in my mother's yard in south Alabama. The upper left is some sort of vine that she placed wire around and it grew into that umbrella shape. Upper right is a wild vine growing up an oak. Lower left coleus growing in pots on the porch. Lower right a french mulberry.

28 comments:

Lynette said...

I love these photos of your mother's yard, Dot. Thanks for posting them, and thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving your comments. I enjoy them so much!

Ash said...

Beautiful montage. Such lovely colors.

Photo Cache said...

So that's what a mulberry looks like. Never seen one before,it's quite beautiful

Lilli & Nevada said...

Wow Dot those are beautiful photos. the colors are just great

Abraham Lincoln said...

Very pretty photos, Dot.

Andrea said...

Beautiful bright colors. I think I saw your mothers place when we were coming home from Gulf Shores a few months ago. If it was the house I think, she has a beautiful place.

Sister--Three said...

Wish we could see your Mom...but I know you are not into sharing your human faces.

Annie said...

Those French mulberries (Beautyberries) are the most vivid fruits of all. I simply stop in my tracks whenever I see them.

PEA said...

Such beautiful plants your mother has...the mulberry is gorgeous, the berries look so perfect and I love the colour!! xox

smilnsigh said...

A beautiful mosaic of photos.

Mari-Nanci

happyone said...

Beautiful colors.

Akelamalu said...

Lovely photographs Dot. Thanks for dropping by my place and taking the time to comment, I hope you'll call again. :)

mrsnesbitt said...

Stunning! Love the deep reds.

Kerri said...

Wow Dot --- I love your collage!
These are beautiful shots!

Do these grow year round where you are???

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Dot,
Hi there,what a beautiful collage!!! awsome ... you're reall an artist now!

Thank you so much for your celebration (or my birthday)! and your interest in me, and my trip to Paris. Its a fantastic!! city and I will publice soon some great views from my point of (digital) view , and you know me 'always playing ith the camera' I'm Glad to be back, I missed YOU too:)

JoAnn :)

RuneE said...

I wish i had a November like that...

Sandy Carlson said...

That French mulberry has some color! Gorgeous pictures. God bless.

Dick said...

Nice photos, never seen a mulberry before.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Your Mother as some beauty in her garden.. I like the vine around the Oak.. and as I've never heard or seen a French millberry I love that.

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

OK Dot,
About my Bdaypresent," a TELElens"

A TELE-lens ( is not a camera) is for ON the (in front of) camera, some camera's can swith from 'front-lens' , like a close-up lens, or a 'LOOK far away-lens' .With a TeleLens I can look 'far-away , up to 6 meters.

So thanks for your celebration wishes, you're such a sweetheart!!

Nancy said...

What pretty colors.How nice to see the vine and mullberry still flurishing.We are heading into winter with the growing season behind us.

Martin Stickland said...

Nice pictures still Dot! Sorry I am a bad boy and have not popped by for a while.

I hope that you are fine and dandy!

m

Andrée said...

i love the mulberry. i wonder if it would grow up here. and what can you do with the berries? pies?

Oswegan said...

I love the berries. I can't believe colius (sp) is still growing there. It must still be quite warm.

~Oswegan

DigitalShutterMania said...

Wow I am hungry.. I guess that french mulberry will be good for me : ) Nice photos DOT

Cheer
DSM

Marie said...

Beautiful!

Ida said...

Great colour on the mulberry. :)

Betty said...

Dot, your Mother's flowers are beautiful and you captured them precisely......

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family......Betty

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