Monday, July 28, 2008




This photo of our hummer is way out of focus but others have shared their little feathered friends so I thought I would do the same. The best ones are Abe's at Brookville Daily Photo. He has "A WAY WITH A CAMERA".
I keep a vigil daily of our morning glories but alas all we have this year are vines. Where oh where are the blooms?
The kitty justice is no moon flower and now only vines on the morning glories.

9 comments:

Jeanette said...

Hi Lady Di.. LOve your Morning Glory in Bloom.
Lovely photo's of the sunrise below.. Have a great week.

Small City Scenes said...

I do love Morning glories too. One greenhouse I worked at the owner found a packet of red morning glories and was so excited so we built a trellis on the side of the greenhouse and planted the seeds. Everything came up on schedule--flowers galore--the owner came in one day and said he never got to see any flowers so I said well they are MORNING GLORIES and they bloom in the morning and you aren't here in the morning. At least he laughed.
My hummingbirds pics are far away and fuzzy too. MB

Merle said...

Dear Dianne ~~ Beautiful flowers on the morning glory, sorry you don't have flowers this year - maybe later?
The sunrise pictures were lovely also, thanks for sharing sunrise with us. I am so glad your ear is a little better and hope it continues to improve. Hope Mimi and Puppy are better too. Yet you still manage to post every day - well done.Glad you enjoyed my post and I liked Andy Rooney also. Take care, my friend,
Love, Merle.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Wow, thanks for the generous comments about me and my camera work. I appreciate it a lot.

It is hard to get everything the way you want it to be, especially when the subject is moving 40 or 50 miles and hour. I say you did a good job.

Nancy said...

I love hummingbirds! I find it amazing that such a little thing like that can move so fast! They are so much fun to watch!

Your morning glory pic is great!

(((((( HUGS ))))))

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Lovely! I hope it cools off a bit tomorrow; I really need to go outside and see such wonders. In the meantime, thanks for the photos!

Lady Di Tn said...

Y'All
I had commented to Jen, MB, and Merle But I see ole Blogger Ken ate them so I will try to get all my comments posted today. I will check before I move on. Bad ole Ken.

Jen
Thanks, whiner get results. Yesterday the morning glory had 2 blooms.

MB
LOL about the morning glory story. Did you save any of those seeds for future planting? I will keep trying to get a good photo of our hummers. They have picked up activity around here.

Merle
Thanks, I did have 2 blooms yesterday. Today I counted sixteen. Thanks for the well wishes, we are all mending fairly well. I did call the doctor and he is putting Mimi on an anti infammatory today.

ABE
You are welcome. I think everyone should swing by your blogs to enjoy your wonderful talent. Thanks for the compliment.

Nancy
Thanks. Morning glories are another thing that bring sweet memories of my Mother.

Nick
If it is as HOT AND HUMID there as it is here, please stay inside. I am sorry to say our dear friend who was moved up there by her daughter, died Monday evening. Her name was Harriett Caldwell. My greatest regret is we never got Mimi up to see her while she was there. Before she was moved we would go visit her often.

Peace to All and I hope Ken is not hungry today.

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

The hot is past for the moment. It is a pleasant 76F outside; unfortunately, there is also a very nasty thunderstorm, so I won’t be outside for a while at least. (Neither will Alex, who hates “nassy water”).

I am so sorry about the death of Harriett Caldwell. I just checked the obituaries on the Louisville Courier-Journal online. None has appeared for her as yet. My prayers for all who knew and loved Harriet.

Mary said...

Lady Di,

I love morning glories, especially the blue ones but the purple one is pretty too. Mine didn't come up this year. I think maybe it was too harsh a winter and then a very wet spring.

Thanks for sharing.
Blessings,
Mary