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It is a bright, sunny day here in Michigan this morning.  The temps will be in the 70’s again, and that’s perfect weather in my book.  I spent a day earlier his week touring and photographing a friends beautiful gardens, so today I am working on editing some 300 shots.  It is so hard to narrow down which ones I will use in a post.  I think it may have to be a two day post to fit it all in.  So stop back in this coming week and join me for the tour, and have a wonderful, sun filled  weekend.

 

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  1. says

    Hi Dawn! Oh, I can’t wait to see the snaps. You are a very good photographer too. That is what drew me to your blog, well, and your adorable home. I’ve been seeing your flowers in the galvanized bucket all over blogland! People love it!
    Have a great weekend.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

    • says

      Shelia, What a sweet comment. Thanks for stopping in and glad to hear you are seeing my things out there. Have a wonderful rest of your weekend.

  2. Kris says

    Oh, can’t wait!
    xo Kris

    • says

      Shelia, What a sweet comment. Thanks for stopping in and glad to hear you are seeing my things out there. Have a wonderful rest of your weekend.

  3. Kris says

    Oh, can’t wait!
    xo Kris

    • says

      The more I edit the more I think I can’t even cover it all in 2 days:)

  4. says

    Dawn, I’m envious of your pleasant temperatures. It must be at least 100 degrees here today! I went our earlier to gather the tomatoes and I came inside thoroughly soaked! Can’t wait to see your photographs of the garden! I know they will be outstanding!

    • says

      Jane, I don’t know how you do it. I don’t even like it when it reaches 80 here. I sure am not a girl for warm temps. I hate being outside if I am dripping. We have had such cool temps the tomatoes don’t want to ripen, and it’s forcing the prices to go high around here. Thanks for popping by:)

  5. says

    Hi Dawn, hopped over from Kris’s (Simplify) blog. I adore garden tours so I will be looking forward to it. It has been hot here in the upper 90’s. Unusually hot for UT this summer. It isn’t humid so I don’t mind it. The over 100’s are a little hotter than I like. I am now following you google+
    hugs,
    Jann

    • says

      Jann, welcome to the Cabin. I am also following you through google+. Nice to make a new friend. I just don’t know how you do those temps. We once did a tropical cruise and I was miserable with the heat. So glad we get snow here.

  6. says

    I’m always up for a garden tour!

    We haven’t seen 70’s in a while. It’s just sticky hot here but at least it’s not raining!

    • says

      I hate the humidity. It is so cool here I have been wearing pants, and sweaters. It is down in the 40’s at night. Stop back by for the garden tour, she is also an artist and the garden is full of beautiful sculptures.

    • says

      Thanks for stopping by Brenda. Come back tomorrow and see the landscaping and all the flowers we put in at the cabin.

  7. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says

    Oh I love garden tours!

  8. says

    The weather has been about perfect in my book too Dawn. I’ll be waiting for the garden tour along with the others.

    • says

      I agree Char it has been a perfect Summer for us. Today is my FREE garden landscape project, stop in and see it.

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