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Friday, August 7, 2009

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14 comments:

Devika said...

Aaah...beautiful, Lorraine,
something i longed to see :)

love,
dev

Lorraine said...

Thanks so much Dev, I always smile when i get my first message, I know it's you lol

Devika said...

haha! :)

dev

Brian Miller said...

been raining all week...i have been complaining...i would much rather watch it grow than have to cut the grass. i would rather have it untamed...

Laure said...

from the roots ... survival.

beautiful.

Kathy said...

We live in a flood zone so I can't say I don't get a little worried when the rain goes on a little too long, but I do enjoy watching those little hummingbirds in the back yard flapping their little wings and dancing with pleasure as they shower in the raindrops!

gautami tripathy said...

Wonderful, this!

namaki said...

ce ne sont pas ls gens de Vegas qui se plaindraient le trop de pluie non plus ... très belle photo de verts ...

Frank Williams said...

The white flowers make the image very cool. It has been raining quite a lot lately here...

Lorraine said...

Well said Brian, wild is beautiful :)

I like that Laure, thanks very much :)

What a poetic comment Kathy, thanks sweety I hope the rain stops for you before it does serious damage x

Hey Gautami, thanks a lot!

Merci beaucoup Namaki :)

Thanks very much Frank, it seems it's raining all over the world, that reminds me of one of my favourite songs called 'Rainy Nights in Georgia'

dolcebellezza said...

This is always such a picture of summer for me, when the Queen Anne's Lace is abundant. There's a certain August smell too, which may be the grasses turning all crispy. How about the sounds of the crickets? I'm going to miss these things in a few weeks, but then we'll have the joy of Autumn and pumpkins and colorful leaves. Yippee!

Lorraine said...

Oh lovely message Meredith, yes Fall is my favourite season, so much beauty, thanks very much ;)

The Dark Lord said...

Its stunning, the way you create wonderful ambiences and paint them with vivid colours through your strong wordplay... I just felt a whiff of tropical rainforest and the divine other worldliness of thundering rainfall...

Lorraine said...

Your comments always flow in the most beautiful yet discrete way, I like that in a visitor lol