This selection of gorgeous roses is from our friend Angie in Devon, England. It amazes me that one place on earth could have such stunning roses! She uses just her cell phone for the photos and then lets me ‘tweak’ them! I have many more roses to post in the future as they are a never ending beauty that she continually captures for us!
I love this! Looks like some artfully done photo but this is how it came to us. In this case though I could have brought out the background leaves, I thought this should be left ‘as is’
What can be said? Perfect rose with some drops of rain on it….stunning!
This is another favorite of mine. This one looks like it was meant to be painted!
I went ‘wow’ when I saw this. Two stunning roses! I can only imagine how gorgeous in person.
My friend captured these lovely deer with his iPhone as he was driving by. Photos taken in Marshfield, Wi. Living in a rural area it’s nice to see the wildlife …something I never saw when I lived in a huge city! I personally have seen deer, wild turkey, bald eagle, badger and have heard black bear. We also have at times had reports of bobcat or lynx in the area. For me, a wildlife lover, it’s an extra bonus of living here 🙂
So pretty! One of the perks of rural living is coming upon scenes like these 🙂 Love those white tails!
Looks like something got everyone’s attention here!
These photos say, ‘England’ to me. The gorgeous countryside and the sheep are so beautiful and relaxing to look at. Our thanks to our friend, Angie in Devon England for taking these for us! These were taken near Teignmouth at a farm.
I love sheep in the pasture….wouldn’t mind having this myself to tend
Happy sheep….they even have lovely water in the background!
I see myself in a comfy chair just sitting and relaxing in this setting
This is my favorite photo….just love the sheep, the gate and even the bird!
These lovely pink roses are truly English roses…..so gorgeous I can almost smell them 🙂 These photos were snapped by a friend of mine in Devon, England! She is a true flower lover and is always taking photos of them. My thanks to Angie for these beauties and for the posts here of her flowers that are yet to come!
The title of that old novel by Ray Bradbury, ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’, came to mind when my friend sent me photos of the damage he had from a recent storm. By the grace of God, the one tree limb did not hit the house. Another one down however destroyed part of a huge lilac bush. These iPhone photos, taken by my friend, are in North Central Wisconsin.
The beginning of ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’
What you do NOT want to ever see out of your living room window : wicked has arrived
This tree limb is about 60 feet long and from the back angle you can see how close it came to hitting the house.
More of the wickedness that came
Unbelievably, THIS is the sky a bit after something wicked this way came….and went!