Friday, October 6, 2006

Random shots

   The Begonia's turned out to be a good choice to plant as they still are blooming and looking lovely.


These almost glow they are so bright.


I few scraggling moss roses are still blooming.


  I can't remember the name of this lovely little flower but I still have quite a few of them.  They bloomed all summer also.


       The squirrels are looking fat and healthy.  We are feeding them too well.


radar446 said...

Beautiful Begonias you have there.  They are almost neon they are so bright.  I bet your yard is a treat to see.  Funny how summer flowers will hold on till long after fall has started.  We had some years ago that were still blooming when the first snow fell.  That was a little odd.  Of course they also came back the next year, which they weren't supposed to do.


lindaggeorge said...

Beautiful photos, the flowers are glorious and the squirrels adorable. Over here in England they are classed as vermin but you won't find many people doing anything to harm them, everyone loves to feed them.

If you were talking about those Begonias here, you would have to call them Geraniums, I didn't realise they were known as Begonias, our Begonias are quite different.


fisherkristina said...

I like these, especially the squirrel!


rbrown6172 said...

great shots, but i really love the squirrel.  good job!

rebuketheworld said...

love the peak-a-boo squirrel shot....we have squirrels everywhere in Oregon...of course many states do....they're are so cute...


rayne1123 said...

i love the squirell!  jason does also he tries to play with them at the park lol  great pictures!

sassydee50 said...

Hi there~I love how you can see the veins of the unamed flower and the chubby squirrel! Blessings, Sassy :-) PS. Just wondering if that Sony camera was expensive?

nhd106 said...

Great photos again....don't know what that flower is either but it sure is pretty.


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