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Jul 18, 2015 15:30:17   #
Sylvias (a regular here)
 
A little bit of this and that!

Canon 650d, 70-300usm lens.

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Rambling Rector roses
Rambling Rector roses...
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What is up there?
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Jul 18, 2015 15:33:57   #
John Lawrence
 
Well done, Sylvia. Your rose is gorgeous.

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Jul 18, 2015 15:41:21   #
angler (a regular here)
 
I like them all Sylvia, every one a winner.Excellent shots.

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Jul 18, 2015 15:41:39   #
Sylvias (a regular here)
 
John Lawrence wrote:
Well done, Sylvia. Your rose is gorgeous.


Thank you very much John, pleased you enjoyed them. Just finished posting the last one, very slow internet to-night. Always a pleasure to read your comments. :D

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Jul 18, 2015 15:42:06   #
MattPhox (a regular here)
 
Beautiful, beautiful. I like the wild life too.

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Jul 18, 2015 16:25:19   #
Sylvias (a regular here)
 
angler wrote:
I like them all Sylvia, every one a winner.Excellent shots.


Thank you very much Jim, always appreciate your comments, pleased you enjoyed them :D

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Jul 18, 2015 16:28:57   #
Sylvias (a regular here)
 
MattPhox wrote:
Beautiful, beautiful. I like the wild life too.


So pleased you enjoyed them Mathias, always appreciate you looking in, thank you very much. Ted is my shadow in the garden, I had to make him sit out of the way, his nose is always in front of the lens :lol: :-)

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Jul 18, 2015 16:31:05   #
Carolina Wings (a regular here)
 
Sylvias wrote:
A little bit of this and that!

Canon 650d, 70-300usm lens.

8 pics


These are just lovely Sylvia!

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Jul 18, 2015 16:51:11   #
Karl Shuffler
 
Beautiful! You must have a great garden as your shots prove worthy. Here in west Texas it can get hot. Past four years has been very dry until this year. Plenty of rain as if things are trying to catch up. Growing cantaloupes this year, as seem to be doing well. Thanks for sharing.
Growing cantaloupes
Growing cantaloupes...
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Jul 18, 2015 17:00:39   #
Linda From Maine (a regular here)
 
Another breathtakingly beautiful series, Sylvia. So thoughtfully composed and presented. I love them. And I always enjoy seeing kitties with their dainty paws tucked in like that :)

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Jul 18, 2015 17:29:59   #
Cwilson341 (a regular here)
 
Sylvia, lovely assortment of beautiful flowers. Love them. And the kitty at the end is precious.

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Jul 18, 2015 17:33:09   #
angela k
 
Beautiful variety, Sylvia!!
Gorgeous colors and compositions, and love the framing on the daylilies!! ....but my heart goes to your kitty, there's nothing cuter, just purrrr-fect!!!
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Jul 18, 2015 17:39:51   #
Sylvias (a regular here)
 
Carolina Wings wrote:
These are just lovely Sylvia!


Thank you very much Jan, pleased you enjoyed them.always good to read your comments. :D

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Jul 18, 2015 17:48:04   #
Sylvias (a regular here)
 
Karl Shuffler wrote:
Beautiful! You must have a great garden as your shots prove worthy. Here in west Texas it can get hot. Past four years has been very dry until this year. Plenty of rain as if things are trying to catch up. Growing cantaloupes this year, as seem to be doing well. Thanks for sharing.


My pleasure Karl, appreciate you looking in and leaving a comment, thank you very much, pleased you enjoyed them.
We visited Texas a few years ago in August and it was extremely hot! Hope your cantaloupes continue to flourish, love them. :D

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Jul 18, 2015 17:55:40   #
Sylvias (a regular here)
 
Linda From Maine wrote:
Another breathtakingly beautiful series, Sylvia. So thoughtfully composed and presented. I love them. And I always enjoy seeing kitties with their dainty paws tucked in like that :)


Pleased you like them Linda and thank you very much for your generous comments, always appreciated. He was sent to the naughty corner :lol: he is always under my feet, he is 14 years old at least and no signs of him settling down! up the trees, jumping out at you, but we do love him. :-)

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