Artist

Alexander Averin

Wednesday, 23 March 2011

March Garden

































13 comments:

Vee said...

Things are looking up in your corner! Your garden sign made me laugh, you wild woman you.

Such a lovely image in your header. I've never seen that painting anywhere before.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Lovely!

Peggy said...

Oh, yes, spring has found you! Here in West Michigan we still have about four weeks to go... there's snow on the ground as I write this. :-(

Thanks for sharing your beautiful images.

Frances said...

Hello Cait. Grand to see that you've actually got spring flowers arriving.

Over here in New York we've had a winter relapse. I fended off sleet and iced sidewalks on the way home last night, and woke to see dainy snow outlines on the trees outside my window.

This had better melt soon!

xo

Nora said...

It's lovely to see your garden already on its way. It makes me think of warm spring days and sunshine and sitting outside with a cup of coffee. I like your little cupid.

Toni aka irishlas said...

Not only do they look beautiful, but, the entire place looks so peaceful!

How I would love to sit in the chair next to the river and daydream an afternoon away!

Posie said...

It just looks heavenly...spring is here and outdoor living begins. Love the header painting, I could ponder all day on what the contents of the letter is...

Norma Murray said...

So pretty Cait, my snake's head frits... aren't any where as near as advanced as yours yet.

Jenny said...

Beautiful...the stream seems so peaceful and serene.

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Oh, that's beautiful, Cait. You're garden is so peaceful and calm.

CJ xx

CATHERINE DANIEL said...

'Wild flowers grown by a wild woman' - love it!

Cottage Garden said...

Ooh I like that tantalising glimpse through the courtyard into your cosy cottage Cait (I am very nosy you know!)

Lovely spring-time photos of a very glorious garden view.

Jeanne
x

elizabethm said...

What utterly lovely photos. I love your garden and want to walk right in and sit down with you for a cup of tea.