Friday, October 17, 2014

Friday's Favourite - My Painted Garden

All I have to do is look in the front yard to see an autumn tapestry of colours painted by Mother Nature.
Usually the Norway maple planted by the town on the boulevard drops it's leaves while green but look at the golden colour of it this year on the right.
Pagoda dogwood on the left and serviceberry on the right.
I used an Orton effect on this photo where the lavender continues to bloom.

29 comments:

  1. I love your yard and it is so pretty and the fall colors just shout out to you.

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  2. Gorgeous autumn colour. A feast for the eyes!

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  3. You've reminded me again of fall's amazing beauty!

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  4. Your garden looks really beautiful, Judith! I so much hope to have colours like that around our home in the future...

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  5. Beautiful Fall colours. We had a lovely walk this morning and I took lots of photos for Mosaic Monday :)

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  6. Beautiful colours there Judith. I love the service berry tree and it's one I have considered for the back yard. Enjoy the weekend.

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  7. So BEAUTIFUL where you are, Judith!
    Nice post.
    Have a great weekend.
    Debbie
    xo

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  8. Beautiful. Do you do anything special to your lavender to help it look so robust? I have some, and it survives the winter here, but it doesn't seem to grow much from year to year. Thank you. :-)

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  9. Lovely! Isn't it nice to try the Orton effect? Very dreamy.

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  10. Your autumn colours are wonderful, a real Indian summer.

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  11. Lovely colors and landscaping, Judith! Your home is very pretty. Love the brick! Be blessed, Bess

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  12. Your autumn colors are lovely. Gorgeous images..Have a happy weekend!

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  13. Isn't it amazing how Mother Nature gives each season its own individual beauty. You have captured fall beautifully.

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  14. Judith, I love the images of your front garden that you put into a mosaic. Your serviceberry and dogwood are just gorgeous! Indeed, you have a very pretty painted garden! I enjoyed seeing it today.

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  15. Just gorgeous! What a feast of color.

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  16. How pretty! Fall colors are my favorite!

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  17. Beautiful colors. And I love the color of your house.

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  18. Beautiful autumn colors! You must be having a nice fall too.

    Carolyn

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  19. Judith, I like your photos with the orton effect. I would try this for my photos, too.
    Cecilia

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  20. Oh you do have a lot of beautiful fall colors there in your garden to enjoy. Thanks for sharing.

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  21. What gorgeous Fall colors, Judith!

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  22. judith stunning garden shots of autumn colors. Our fall is about over as the leaves are all down here close to the lake and we are getting frigid temps and snow mixed with rain today...amazing how much longer your garden is holding on.

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  23. Absolutely colourful and stunning, a great show and picture taking for F Fav's.... I'll try and remember this for next week, I need something just before the weekend to look forward to ha ha ha, I hope you enjoy my mosaic Monday tomorrow, take care

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  24. Incredible color! You have the whole Autumn pallete right thee in your yard.

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  25. Such beautiful colors Judith! We have had rain all week, but today is gorgeous, and we are seeing the same kind of beauty here. Love this time of year!

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  26. Wow, I missed out last week on some great posts on your blog! Your garden is wonderful with all the gorgeous colors. The Orton effect really makes the picture with the lavender look like a painting.

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