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It may be September, but in the park, a plethora of rain and warmth has summer still in full bloom (or green.)
nice capture . have a look here please !
Thanks and thanks for stopping by.
what a lovely shot –
There’s so much growth yet that it’s a joy to walk there. Even when fall and winter come, I love going there, but it’s quite somethig right now.
Nice frame on your photo. 🙂
Thanks, Judy. A blessed Sunday to you and yours.
That’s s very pretty picture, Janet. We don’t have an abundance of green spaces but we have some. It’s a color we won’t be seeing for much longer.
Dan, it seems as if there’s even more green than usual and many of the plants are much taller than my head. I’m reveling in the green while it’s still here and sharing it as well. 🙂
A peaceful view of the tranquil water and trees. The lovely flow of green everywhere. Mother Nature at her best, Janet. Blessed Sunday …🙏
And a blessed Sunday to you as well, Issy. Off to church in a short while.
It’s nice to see so much green in one place. Thanks, Janet.
My pleasure. Thanks for stopping in this morning, Allan.
Lovely – it’s very dry here – brown and tan, few flowers still in bloom.
You still have lots of green, here the yellow is starting take over, fall is coming fast!
I’m enjoying every minute of the green and the flowers, Elizabeth. Thanks for dropping in.
Wonderful J – the frame or border you have this is so nice too 🍃🌱
Thanks. Glad you like it. Some shots just seem to call for a frame.
Beautiful! Love the composition and the lighting. Well done, Janet!
I can only claim credit for the composition, Amy. The light was all God. 🙂
A lovely depth in this photo. The foreground is especially beautiful.
Thanks, Karen. It’s a view that makes me stop and look almost every time I walk there, although the view changes throughout the seasons.
Thanks, Nawa. Glad you like it.
A beautiful image with lots of different greens. Lively.
We’re getting more fall colors, but the greens are still hanging in there.
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