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Saturday, 30 August 2008

beautiful day/beautiful evening

At last - what a gorgeous day it has been today and such a lovely evening that i just nipped out with my camera and took these pics

my camera is only a little digital one and unfortunately doesn't do the scene justice, but you get the picture, so to speak!

had good pickings from the garden today too

was well pleased with this little lot!!!

Molly decided today was too hot to play all day, so had a little nap with her head resting on the foot part of the chair

all in all a good day - just as well really as i understand the weather for tomorrow is heavy rain - nothing new there then!!



trashalou said...

cack about tomorrow given that I spent half the day driving around blurry grockle idiots on the M3/A303!

Gina said...

Those first two photos are gorgeous! Wonderful crop from the garden today... better than my two toamtoes!

Annie said...

Nothing like a lovely day to get you inspired. Looking forward to some here.

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Beautiful photos! But what happened at the dentist?? Lucy x

(or is it tomorrow that you go? Hope you're not in too much pain!)

The Vintage Kitten said...

What a lovely view, and how cute is Molly.... Very Cute

silverpebble said...

Hope the dentist goes/went OK. Have been a bit madly busy but have been reading if not commenting!

Such lovely photos and what a great haul from the garden! Those raspberries look gorgeous.

Lottie and Me said...

Ooooh lovely crop of goodies - well done you - obviously I cannot compete with a labrador who has either dug up, eaten or just bitten off most of my attempts this year! Oh well, always next spring! LOL SJ X

Mountain Home Quilts said...

Wow- fantastic pictures! And yum-yums from the garden, my favorite! :)

Lesley said...

Saturday really was a gorgeous day. I can't understand why we couldn't have a whole summer of days like that!

Your garden haul is most impressive...and four lovely eggs! Well done chickens :)


Dionne said...

Beautiful pictures, they are so peaceful! I must say, your garden crop is wonderful, and promises to be delicious as well. My tomatoes this year didn't even ripen!