All because of a foggy camera lens on an ever-so-muggy day, it seemed I had missed out on some fabulous garden pictures. But did I? Determined to see if I might be able to pull a bit of color from the photos in question, I took them to my photo editor to play around with. And, I love the results. I don't think even Van Gogh could be happier. How about that purple! I do think the pictures look like they were painted in watercolors, which I might be inspired to try to duplicate when my hand is more able.
Our back yard surely is filling up. Each year, it seems, we add something new. This year, it was a new clothes line which I am so thankful for. The old one was only a temporary one and sagged pitifully so that the sheets sometimes brushed the ground.
I like that the garden shanty is now brown. I can't believe that I climbed ever so precariously up into the high places to paint it, and, that during that time, I never made a misstep. But this year I stubbed my toe when simply walking across the shop floor and ended up in a hard cast for over six long weeks.
A work in progress, this area in the backyard garden has pretty much been on its own for those six-weeks. I am so anxious to get back to work here. Some of the plants I had meant to move may have to wait until fall or next spring. I can't believe I even considered, at one time, just mowing this garden down.