Tuesday, 21 August 2012

THREE IN A GARDEN


Sunny and warm days turning to cold breezes and puffy white clouds of breathing in the evenings. Still some summer birds singing. Hay done in the nearby field, meadow blooming in light purple flowers. Rowen berries getting darker orange and red. Balcony door still open, though the first hours of the morning a bit shivering. Eagerness of autumn arriving. The darkness of the evenings wrapping its comfort around everything. Blinking stars.

Three Nightingales to dear friends that married and did it so beautifully.

Late morning tea greetings!


P.s. Four prints left of Morning Frost Garden.

26 comments:

  1. Minulla myös ovi auki vielä pitkin päivää. Illalla kuuluu hetken aikaa kyyhkyjen kujerrus metsästä sisälle asti.

    Hurjan suloiset linnut.

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    1. Tuntuu vaikealle sulkea tuota ovea, mieluummin olen vähän viileässä, jotta saan tuoksutella tuulta ja saapuvaa syystä.

      Kiitos Ilona!

      Kaunista keskiviikkoa sinulle.

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  2. the end of this season is lovely. very pretty :)

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  3. Autumn is definitely knocking. Dusk comes earlier. Nights are cooler. But your beautiful painting of the nightingales helps me to hold on to all of the beautiful bits of summer that are still with us.

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    1. Let´s hope that it knocks gently with golden beams and all the oranges in the leaves.

      Thank you Kathleen!

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  4. Hello Anna Emilia, I discovered your blog "by accident" and I really love your work. Greetings from Belgium!
    P.S.: This is my blog: ankenina.blogspot.be

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    1. Thank you so much Anke for your visit!

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  5. the nightfall is never as dark as in august, it seems. strange. but beautiful.

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    1. It feels good to have these dark nights again, to see the orange light of lamp posts.

      Enjoy your nights!

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  6. how i always love to read your posts. they are like beautiful little postcards and always make me wish i was there.

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    1. So happy to hear that, thank you so much.

      Postcard greetings of a cloudy day!

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  7. I love how you describe the change of season in the air. Today, in Melbourne, a decidedly spring feel is about. The low sun shines and there are some new springtime blooms in the garden that have appeared overnight, it feels.

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    1. Overnight, how beautiful that word is.

      Thank you for always telling your greetings Gracia!

      Warm cups of morning tea to your spring!

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