Monday, September 6, 2010

Glorious Harvest Days

Our morning glories look like an elephant with his head and trunk raised up along the fence.

Harvest time is every gardener's delight. This year we had one of our finest gardens, despite the invasion of the hideous horned tomato worm and very little rain. The photos above show just how much I enjoy this garden.

First Signs of Autumn

Here is a collection of wonderful pastels and a beautiful greeting card by my friend and collaborator Lindacaterpillar. She has two shops on etsy which feature her amazing art work.

The weather today was beautiful, tinged with that last-day-of-summer-first-day-of-Autumn feeling.

The trees haven't turned yet but they soon will.

The leaves haven't fallen yet but they soon will.

The glorious colors of Autumn aren't here yet, but they will be, soon. Find this beautiful card in this shop.

This year's pine cones haven't fallen, but they will do, soon.

Have you seen my Linda's two Etsy shops? In one she sells art; pastels, watercolors, acrylics and photographs.
In the other she sells cards made using that art. Come and visit her, revel in color, beauty and unique work that she has there waiting for you!

Today her beautiful pastel of a yellow Autumnal leaf was chosen to be in this Etsy Treasury: