Wednesday, July 28, 2010

July in Pictures


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15 comments:

  1. Fantastic pics!!
    Beautiful life you all have there.

    What sort of camera are you using to get such great shots?

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  2. Oddity Acres, I use an Olympus SP-320, 7.1 megapixel. It has a few features, but I haven't taken the time to learn how to use them. I use it like a point and shoot camera and I've had it for years. I love it because the camera is small, but the screen is large so I can really see what I'm taking a picture of. Is that the technical answer you were looking for? ;-)

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  3. It looks like you're having a productive summer!

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  4. fabulous - thanks for sharing! the last picture reminds me of my little lucie...11 months old and learning to walk right now!

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  5. Thank you so much for the answer :-)

    You have such a blessed life out there at your place. Little bit of paradise.

    * Big waves and a hug from Canberra, Australia*

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  6. Love the little one mowing the lawn, so sweet!

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  7. The raspberry is my fave- that's a great shot and reminds me of July in our neck of the woods, too.

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  8. Oh my, just look at all that delicious corn, what a lucky family. I hope it tastes as good as it looks...and that bruschetta with fresh tomatoes. Your fridge is packed full of goodness. Doesn't it make you feel so good.

    Your garden looks great. Lots of lettuce going to seed, we are letting a bunch of ours do the same thing...much cheaper than buying it.:) I hope you are having lots of luck with the sunflower sales.

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  9. Please tell me what that is between the chopped tomatoes and the sunflower stand.

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  10. Stephanie, That's our spring lettuce and spinach bed going to seed. Their seeds are easy to harvest and their flowers are lovely.

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  11. THHP, every time I see those sunflowers I just melt. Don't they look so cheery? Looks like July was filled with wonderful simple pleasures !

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  12. That's just what July should look like! :)

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  13. I *love* this post! Such a Summery (is that a word?), and beautiful set of photos! You will surely want to revisit when you are in the throes of winter hibernation! *Love* the shot of your little one in the garden...so sweet! AND, as always, clothes on the line really thrill me...so lovely! (At least that is MY opinion).

    Have a wonderful AUGUST!
    Blessings,
    Camille

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