I don’t know who it was, but somebody took time to smell the flowers (my partner told me in fact it was at least a couple passersby who literally stopped to smell the flowers – glad I’m not the only one who does that). This person, who I don’t think is working for Googlemaps, unless they’re starting a global gardens division, also bothered to snap a shot while he was at it. My day lilies are standing a little taller for all the attention. (Speaking of attention, pay none to the weedy walk behind him — this was snapped before I got to that the other day).
You must be doing something right in your front yard. For someone to take the time to stop and even snap a few pix is not something to be ignored in today’s hurry up world!
Thank you. I was honored, and inspired. I’ve been thinking lately on my night walks about the effort, thought, and love that goes into every garden … especially those front and exposed ones that are for the world to share.
I’ve seen a couple at night that even used different color spot lights shining through trees. Some people are pretty creative.
Hey, glad you’re back! How’s growing?
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I’ve seen some too with lights shining through patterns. One in particular. I’ll post a shot of it.
I haven’t been away, just busy and not on the computer too much. Things are growing. I used a smallish clay pot as my ‘mixed herb’ container and planted one tomato I grew from a seed in the middle. Unlike last year I didn’t put any clover in the pot. It wound up growing too much, blocked the sun and made things too crowded. For the fairly limited work i put into it, the growing is pretty good.