Gorgeous flowers and lovely skies, looks so peaceful and beautiful! I know I like to believe that learning to stop and enjoy those common things are the blessings of aging. Have a wonderful weekend!Sylvia
Beautiful shot of the day lilies, sky and charming house. My Dad said when he was growing up they called day lilies ditch lilies where he was from because they grew wild in the ditches.
Good shot..we too have those daylillys here along the roads in the ditch areas.
What a lovely location. Beautiful image. I love the day lilies--great color.
Love the daylilies in the foreground! What a gorgeous day it was. You know, I think the daylilies are extraordinary this year too. :)
A lovely shot. As we grow older, we do take the time to appreciate the beauty this earth offers us a little more and take the time to stop and enjoy beauty for its own sake.
I think the day lilies are very pretty too.
it's a pretty shot! is that your house on the background? it looks nice. happy weekend!
A very beautiful, serene, pastoral image. Thank you.
The Ditch Lilies are blooming here too! Hemerocallis fulva ...... Known to you as Day Lilies, me as Ditch Lilies, and folks in KY (where I just was and they are blooming in mass explosion) as Tiger Lilies. Very lovely photo!
Great shot.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Fantastic shot. The day lillies are beautiful.
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The colors coordinate so beautifully in this scene. I love this healthy cluster of day lilies! Beautiful sky to match...
How nice to have day lilies blooming so freely! Beautiful photo!
How beautiful!Happy SWF. " R e g i n a "
Beautiful flowers and just gorgeous house!
Really lovely scene. :)Our daylilies here in Ohio are the same (in ditches along the sides of the roads). I think they are doing well this year, too.
Wow, I could have never imagine that daylilies can grow wild anywhere. They are so beautiful and in my hot climate here, they only exists as fake flowers in my living room!Gwendolyn, I have an award for you. This is my link
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