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  • In my garden

    The last of the Summer Roses.


    And the first Hollyhock flower.


    Both with the 25mm.

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    Re: In my garden

    How gorgeous Lyn, but I'll never know how they survived the searing heat of the past few days.
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      Re: In my garden

      Originally posted by pandora View Post
      How gorgeous Lyn, but I'll never know how they survived the searing heat of the past few days.
      You know what I am going to say don't you
      Glorious weather in SA at the moment - almost autumnal. Truly.

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      • #4
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        Jealous, jealous, jealous, Lyn, but really lovely to see.
        The picture tells the story, great when you have a bad memory.DW.

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        • #5
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          Originally posted by Imageryone View Post
          Jealous, jealous, jealous, Lyn, but really lovely to see.
          Thank you David. I appreciate you commenting.

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          • #6
            Re: In my garden

            Nice - we still have lots of roses but yes the last of the summer roses.
            Terry
            Canberra - The Nation's Capital
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            • #7
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              Very nice. Look out for crab spiders in the hollyhocks.

              Harold
              The body is willing but the mind is weak.

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              • #8
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                Originally posted by Floribunda View Post
                You know what I am going to say don't you
                Glorious weather in SA at the moment - almost autumnal. Truly.
                I drove to Albury on Monday and saw hints of autumn along the Murray but temps here haven't dropped below mid thirties all week when earlier we had a run of 40+. I've been pouring the water on to thre garden like it's going out of style ... which indeed it may well be!

                Began a new painting today but not putting this one up for running commentaries until it's done. Maybe by next weekend.
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                * mark * Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia **
                The OM-D E-M1 Mark II * OM-D M5 MkII * XZ2 * XZ1 * E3
                On post-processing: The camera kneads the dough, PP bakes the bread - Greenhill

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                • #9
                  Re: In my garden

                  Nice healthy plants, good to see them rust free - unlike in my garden.
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                  • #10
                    Re: In my garden

                    Originally posted by Barkly View Post
                    Nice - we still have lots of roses but yes the last of the summer roses.
                    Hi Terry - I did a light prune ready for the autumn flush - so don't want anymore hot weather! Would love some rain though.

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                      Originally posted by Harold Gough View Post
                      Very nice. Look out for crab spiders in the hollyhocks.

                      Harold
                      I don't make friends with spiders Harold, so will keep my distance.

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                        Re: In my garden

                        Originally posted by pandora View Post
                        I drove to Albury on Monday and saw hints of autumn along the Murray but temps here haven't dropped below mid thirties all week when earlier we had a run of 40+. I've been pouring the water on to thre garden like it's going out of style ... which indeed it may well be!

                        Began a new painting today but not putting this one up for running commentaries until it's done. Maybe by next weekend.
                        Time you did a flower painting (hydrangeas?)

                        Originally posted by Beagletorque View Post
                        Nice healthy plants, good to see them rust free - unlike in my garden.
                        I don't deliberately grow hollyhocks Andrew, considering them to get shabby so quickly. These self-seeded so I let them be. The dreaded rust will eventually catch up with them.

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