Tuesday, July 12, 2011

FairyLand in My Woods.

Just a quick post to share a beautiful site.
After baking a blueberry cobbler and doing 
some house WORK I ventured to the edge
of our woods to find this fairyland in bloom.
The colors are spectacular. I wanted to go deeper into
the woods but the bears are in there and I wouldn't
want to disturb the sweetie pies! Now back to work.
Click on photo for some nice closeups.

13 comments:

Laurie said...

I LOVE foxglove Sharon, and the pictures are so relaxing to look at, a place I'd love to sit. Well, minus the bears!

laurie said...

beautiful photos,, yes its best not to disturb those sweetie pies,

PaperPumpkin said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous foxglove, but you had me at blueberry cobbler. If it wasn't for the bears, I'd be trotting over to your place right now for some!!!!!

Lins Artyblobs said...

I love foxgloves too, I've even got one [yes just one!] in my garden this year the same colour as in your photos.

Janet said...

Gorgeous flowers! I can see them appearing in some future paintings.

Good idea not to venture any farther into the woods. We don't want you ending up as a snack for some hungry bear!

Pearl said...

I'll come stand by with my shotgun so the bears don't get you because I want to see more! Ahh you got cougars right? Maybe not they climb trees and you can't see em :/

Pondside said...

This is such a beautiful time up here too. The bears are out and about, but they don't come near our house because of the deer fence......and our fierce little terrier.

Sea Gypsy said...

Wow! A fairy place for sure! I just love all the work you have been doing! I love the calender journals, so special!

Marilyn Rock said...

How beautiful!!!!!!!!!!

Merry said...

So petty.

Linda R. said...

Your photos are amazing.. I am so jealous that you can just take a walk and see all that beauty.. I live here in the desert not much green at all..

Zuzu said...

These are gorgeous, Sharon, and one of my most favorite flowers! I cannot grow them here, so it is such a delight to see them growing at your house. :)
Have a happy one,
~ Zuzu

Lorraine@creativedaily said...

I can see these in watercolor soon!!!