Thursday, June 3, 2010

Home from the Pinery



We have lots of new flowers in the short time we were away. The peonies came and went, the pink roses are open and the Clematis.

The second picture shows the part of the beach at the Pinery we AVOID like the plague.

8 comments:

Mason Canyon said...

You always have the most beautiful photos.

BTW, I will be in touch about your nephew, just running a little behind. Thanks for letting me know. I'll try to send you an e-mail by tonight if work doesn't get too crazy.

Mason
Thoughts in Progress

B SQUARED said...

Never understood beach goers.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Mason--no rush. Thanks for your sweet comments.

B--I'm not a beach goer in the traditional sense and I hate crowded beaches, but I do enjoy an occasional walk along a deserted beach--or nearly deserted, especially if there are some nice dead fish or shells or other interesting things to see.

Screaming people though I'm not that fond of--I like my people a few at a time.

Jacob said...

That flower looks good enough to eat! Hope you had a good time. But, why do you avoid like the plague this particular beach?

I do understand your aversion to crowds - me, too! But, compared to some beaches in Florida, this doesn't look too bad.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Well, the other beaches are wild and empty, so why fight your way through crowds?

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

This is Canada, remember--and the water is cold!

R.Ferrari said...

Que linda a flor da primeira foto.
Abra├žos,

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thank you, R! :-D