07 December 2008

Today's Flowers-Morning Glories from My Garden

Morning Glories-October 2008
Each morning sees some task begin,
Each evening sees it close;
Something attempted
Something done,
Has earned a night's repose.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow~

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31 comments:

PlantBuddy said...

Hi Erin,
Love your morning glories. Unusual color (deep pink) for them. I have a big blue one on my blog. Please drop by.

Femin Susan said...

Hi,
Congratulations....Your posting is very interesting...Keep writing.. Welcome to my blog...

Darla said...

What a wonderful color of those morning glories. I have only seen the blue and the dark purple here.

Norm said...

First time I see deep pink color of morning glories in pic, I have purple, gold yellow and white morning glories in the Philippines before. Yours is so beautiful thanks for sharing..I love the color.

I put my TF at Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow site..

Leora said...

My neighbors grew morning glories for a while, so I would enjoy their pretty faces. Your photo is lovely, especially with the drips of wet.

Neal said...

I've always had mixed emotions about morning glories. I think they're beautiful but as a kid they always tried to take over our garden so I was constant out in the garden with a hoe trying to get rid of them.

Cathy said...

What vibrant colors! Morning glories have always been a favorite of mine.

Natural Moments said...

The Magenta contrasts beautifully with the white and green colours. You have also posted a very lovely poem. Happy Holidays.

kayleen said...

The flowers constrast so nicely with the foliage. Thanks for sharing.

People with Cameras said...

I love the colour - so springy on a snowy day.

fishing guy said...

Erin: What neat captures of the wonderfully colored Morning Glories with the red stripes.

Denise said...

Just lovely seeing all these pretty flowers and it's just what we need on days like this. You've taken some beautiful photos.

Carletta said...

I love Morning Glories as did my Grandma; but sometimes they do take over.
These are lovely!

Titania said...

Who could say no to Morning Glories
in such a eye catching colour. The name says it all, they are glorious!

ilanadavita said...

Lovely morning shot!

angela said...

What a pretty colour. I didn't know they could be pink too..
The poem is very apt, well chosen for a Monday :)

auringonkukka finland =) said...

beautiful flowers! nice for weeks!

Tabib said...

Beautiful four glorious flowers and one tiny insect add life ton it.

RuneE said...

With that kind of flowers around you do live the good life

Pea in a Pod said...

Morning glories just gives me a smile in my face ;) Nice capture!

Mine is here;
http://yennygirl.com/?p=4094

Reader Wil said...

Lovely flowers and I like your poem too! Thanks for your visit!

MedaM said...

Oh, lovely, lovely, lovely…. I love Morning Glory so much. These flowers are so charming and their colour is great against their green leaves!

guild-rez said...

Hi Erin, what a wonderful picture of this very pretty pink morning glory.
Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment.
- Cheers Gisela.

ramosforestenvironment.com said...

Beautiful flower and color.

ShabbyInTheCity said...

Morning Glory! Thank you for the little ad!!!

Rosamaria said...

Nice flower, beautiful shot.

Thanks for your comment in my blog.

arleena said...

I had in Summer this flower in my terrace.

It is so beautiful.

Have a nice week.

nonizamboni said...

My favorite flowers! I'm partial to the 'heavenly blue' but these have changed my mind. Thanks for sharing the beauty from a beautiful state as well.

Paz said...

Oh, what beauties!

Paz

2sweetnsaxy said...

Morning glories are so pretty. I like the poem you posted too. I just don't morning glories in my yard. They take over everything if I don't watch them.

Catherine said...

Your Morning glories are a beautiful color~lucky you~having such beauties in December!
Happy Holidays!
Also from Va.~Covington~
Cat