Thursday, August 23, 2012

Thoughtless Thursday


33 comments:

  1. You and I had similar posts today! Love Michael McDonnel singing in the background! Love that his hair turned grey just like mine!!!!!!!

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  2. what a beautiful bouquet! have a great day :)

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  3. The passion flowers are stunning . I'd never seem them before. The gray headed coneflower ??? We have lots of those in our prairies...:)

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  4. I'm always glad to see summer come and then after the heat I'm glad to see fall come around.

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  5. I love Fall, and I'm getting inklings it's on its way.....

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  6. gorgeous shot! i like the new collage header, too!

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  7. So pretty! It looks like summer is fading, though.

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  8. Still one month to go until autumn!

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  9. Fantastic capture Michelle. And yes it does look as summer is fading.

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  10. thats a bloody wonderful picture
    it says autumn does it not!

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  11. it is time.


    Please have you all a good Friday.

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  12. Beautiful, the essence of summer in a flower!

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  13. Gorgeous. Perfect for Fall. I am ready!
    Shug

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  14. My husband loves Black Eyed Susans - even past their prime they're lovely.

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  15. Love it, just hints of summer's end. Loves the Doobie Bros. too. I was just looking for the title of a Michael McDonald song the other night because it reminds me of my first date with my husband...in 1982!

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  16. Aren't they pretty? Mine are blooming now, too!

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  17. So pretty. Ours are done for the year, sadly.

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  18. :( No flowers alive where I live. Drought has killed everything. I'll just have to enjoy yours.

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  19. A beautiful exercise on focus...

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  20. A beautiful exercise on focus!

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  21. Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #45!

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  22. beautiful shot!!

    but for some reason, these kind of flowers always look sad to me...maybe because they're so droooopy.

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