Very nice, John. It's brightened me up no end!
Happy summertime ! ;DThe first flowers are so lovely.Hugs
Such beauty -- and of course your wonderful shots are so sharp and clear. -- barbara
Ah huh ... gorgeous! -5C a couple nights ago, so none of those left here.
I like that little one between the others!
Our first frost last night and the cosmos and zinnias drooping on watery stems. I went out in the rain and wind yesterday to clip cosmos by the handful--the months without flowers seem long.
What a riot! . . . of colour.
What fun blossoms! They are so bright and cheery for an autumn day.
Very cheery John - I especially love that nerine.
May you work have some effect over here too :-)We could use some of these flowers by now.
So cheerful! I've enjoyed looking at your photos whilst the rain is pouring down outside:)
So lovely to see all that summer color!
Lovely flowers. You might not appreciate it if I tell you that all winter long southwest Florida has a great variety of flowers blooming.
Beautiful photographs- I'm rather envious of your Autumn garden, mine is a sad disappointment but maybe next year...
Beautiful summer flowers.
Definitely what's needed on a dull November day. The collection in the first photo is really attractive, but all the flowers are lovely.
Lots of beautiful flowers still out in November…that is reason to celebrate!
Lovely flower photos! Thanks for stopping by my blog and saying hello!
Stunning photos--the English have a way with flowers. Some of the brightest gardens I have ever seen.
Gorgeous flowers John, a joy to behold!
Just what I needed! Autumn came on early here, only the fuschias are still flowering - and nearly all the leaves are gone.
Beautiful images John.
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