Thursday, July 31, 2008


"Lord make us mindful of the little things that grow and bossom in these days to make the world beautiful for us."


beckie said...

Oh Joey, the lovely flower you grow and the wonderful things you do with the pictures of them! I am enthralled by them. You have quite the green thumb and are such a talented artist.

A wildlife gardener said...

Do you know that hemero callis is the Greek for 'beautiful day'? I love your day lilies, Joey. Exquisite photo display, very artistic :)

Anonymous said...

A really nice look at some lovely flowers.

joey said...

Dear Beckie ... big thanks for the lovely words. It's fun to photograph things that I love.

Wildlife ... a beautiful thought ... thanks for sharing. Wishing you a 'beautiful day' in your Piece of Paradise.

Thanks Abraham! I'm honored by your visit.

Gina said...

Superb daylilies Joey..make my one little potted yellow lily look pretty average..especially after the dog had a play with it :( I don't think dogs and gardens go together! Gx

Catherine said...

Hello Joey!
A beautiful post to say goodbye to July! I love the first day lily~such a beautiful color! And the third collage..beautiful the way you captured the sun light in the flowers! All your gorgeous flowers beautifully captured and displayed! :)
Hope you had a beautiful, restful weekend!

Katarina i Kullavik said...

Joey, your daylilies are absolutely stunning! Love them all!

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Joey, breathtaking photography! Amazing!

Please keep them coming, I am so enjoying reading your blog.

joey said...

Hi Gina ... cute comment (I don't have a dog, simply an unruly husband who, though very helpful, is often interferring). You must know I have been gardening for eons and am 'as old as dirt'. All of these daylilies are over 25 years old and dug and divided more times than I can count. Their offspring reside in my children's gardens and am now carting some to the cottage, which I swore I would NEVER do! But rules are meant to be broken and they look lovely there also.

Hi dear Cat ... big thanks and a huge compliment coming from you, oozing with talent behind the lens. Wishing you a lovely week ... Hugs

Thanks Katarina ... I love them also and, like old friends, delight each summer when they return.

Hi Jen ... you have a delightful blog also. It's been fun connecting with you.