Monday, June 18, 2007

Wonders of Nature

You have to love this time of the year. You walk outside and you can see many wonders of nature.

One wonders of nature are roses in full bloom. . .

. . . . another wonder of nature is trees that have leafed out and are flowering.

One of my favorite wonders of nature this time of year is grape clusters just starting to form on the vine. . . .

. . . then there are the true wonders of nature.

Okay, that might be a little much.


Blogger Cliff Morrow said...

The last pic is also filled with wonder Ralph. I know when I'm on the range I have several questions all starting with "I wonder..." why I'm doing this,, when the temps will go down add infinity.

8:48 PM  
Blogger JUST A MOM said...

beautiful,,, we some times miss those things

1:09 AM  
Anonymous Jerry said...

I never considered you a wonder of nature. But, hey, I'm open minded.

3:17 AM  
Blogger Rachel said...

A wonder of nature?? Oh you are talkling about those trees I see in the far distance right?

Do you have to go out there and pick up all those balls??

8:45 AM  
Blogger Mike ( ex scientia, veritas ) said...

I like those four photos of the "fore" wonders. ;)

6:52 PM  
Blogger Aravis said...

Beautiful photos, though the impressiveness of the last one depends on the result of the swing...


10:50 PM  
Blogger Jamie Dawn said...

Ha, ha, teee, heee!

Another wonder of nature will be if your drive goes straight.

Ralph swings.
Another slice.
A nearby person mumbles under his breath, "It's a wonder he hit the thing at all."

Yes. There are wonders of nature everywhere!! :-)

6:15 PM  
Blogger Cathy said...

The rose is BEAUTIFUL! Thank you for a wonderful picture.

9:55 PM  
Anonymous tracey said...

Lovely, wonderful things...even the last one! (You are wonderfully made, aren't you?)

5:02 AM  
Blogger Jim said...

Until I saw the driving range I thought your garden had really taken off big time.

9:59 PM  
Blogger Paul said...

Not being one for too much golf, I was wondering how many times you get to hit it to get it past that front yellow string? Doesn't look too hard. Maybe I'll try it someday.

1:12 PM  
Blogger Mountain Mama said...

That yellow rose is just magnificent. I can just imagine the fragrance!
I never did any golfing so can't imagine the wonder involved.
However I have always wondered how chasing a little white ball with a long club could be challenging....

2:28 PM  
Blogger Lucy Stern said...

My son would have a blast trying to collect all those golf balls.

10:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ralph - I have a darling wee bunny living under my deck. At least I considered him "darling" until he ate all the leaves off my three miniature rose bushes. Now I have tiny pink, yellow, and red & white roses and buds on a long, bare stems! Don't you need a small rabbit to complete your "farm"?

9:09 PM  

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