Tuesday, September 15, 2009

GBBD - September

A very busy time of year for me, hence the lack of posts recently. But to walk out into the garden is to take time out - the best way of relaxing.

With thanks, as always, to Carol at May Dreams Gardens, for giving me the opportunity to slow down and look.

9 comments:

Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

September seems to be as busy as May, but it is so worth it to slow down to look. Your photos are wonderful, capturing the essence of early autumn.

Karen - An Artist's Garden said...

I know what you mean about taking time to slow down and look - lovely images, so I am glad you did.
K

Karen - An Artist's Garden said...

Oh! we were leaving each other comments at the same time
:)
K

VP said...

I really must get round to planting some Rudbeckia!

I love your anemone close up :)

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

What a wonderful image of the center of the flower! To notice such things, we truly should slow down.

Wendy said...

All I know is that I REALLY need a macro lens. I feel like I'm missing out on so much that can't be captured by my camera lens. I think with a macro lens, I'd be more inclined to not only look down, but look closely. Pretty photos!

patientgardener said...

Love the Rudbeckias - they really are my favourites for this time of year

Sylvana said...

I love how the unfurling rudbeckia heads look like Edward Scissorhands trying to make a fist.

Nutty Gnome said...

This week has been quite manic - my first full week back at work and I'm taking First-Born back to uni later this morning (*sob*), so your post is SO timely!

When I get back from Nottingham I'm going to have a wander round the garden - very slowly! (and will probably lament my lack of rudbeckia as I do so!) :)