I KNOW, SOME OF YOU ARE ON TO THIS ALREADY, but in case you’re not: By clicking this link (equivalent to clicking the word “slideshows” in the “Topics” in the far-left column of every page on the blog) you can browse through all the slideshows I’ve posted in two-plus years of blogging. King of fun, huh (especially if you’re someone who likes show-don’t-tell)? I love posting my photos taken in the yard here this way; what fun it has been for me. Hope you enjoy them, too. :)
May 25, 2010
may 2010 virtual tour: an open day slideshow
RAIN HAD BEEN FORECAST, BUT DIDN’T SHOW. About 250 nice people did (which is actually a pretty quiet tour day here!), and so did a..
May 2, 2011
blooming in my garden: may 2, 2011 slideshow
THE MOST COLORFUL CREATURES HERE as April turns to May: returning male birds in mating plumage. The last week included the arrival of rose-breasted grosbeaks..
Thanks for pointing out your slideshow library. I watched “psychedelic spring: in praise of anthocyanins” because on a recent trip I saw lots of purpleleaf Norway and Japanese maples.
the slideshows are very handy–especially for reminding me of plants i had already forgotten i wanted!
WOW!!!! your land and pictures are amazing, and your garen is heavenly., Which state are you in? That is our dream property, hopefully soon in the future…..I love gardening and trees and flowers…. may be not the snake though….
Welcome, Elizabeth. I am in the Hudson Valley of NY State, on the border or CT and MA. Thanks for your kinds words (yes, the snakes are plentiful in a healthy, organically tended garden!), and please come again soon.
How I wish I could buy some of your slides for my computer, to have for my display.
Thanks, Rosemary, very sweet of you. And welcome! Hope to see you soon again.