9.09.2011

Summer's Grand Finale


summer's alchemist has been busy at work
planting seeds upon our earth
sun and rain did penetrate
now earth's blooms proliferate
summer's grande finale
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59 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos of the summer. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. To notice and to appreciate proliferation and abundance, you Tammie embody such feelings to broadcast and to seed into the greater dream world.

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  3. Rather reminds me of the canyon. Flowers slowly disappearing. I'm just not ready to say goodbye to summer.

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  4. The best ending I've seen in my life!
    Thanks!
    Tammie Hugs!

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  5. That is the way to go out!
    If only I can figure out how to do it.
    Wow, Tammie, I love these.

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  6. Hi Tammie!!! this is so pretty...wow...I wish I was taking a walk through that!!! wonderful photos...thank you for sharing these!!!!

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  7. Nature's own lush bouquet - artfully arranged.

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  8. WOW! I'm overwhelmed, how fantastic pictures!!
    Summer fields we never will forget.. :)

    *lovely*

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  9. Unbelievably beautiful!

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  10. Hello my lovely friend. Thank you for your kind words and visits. You are a great comfort to an aching heart. Your photograph collections are exquisite! I shall return.

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  11. To see the wonders of god's garden in all it;s profusion always brings a lump to my throat and tears to my eyes at the sheer beauty of it all

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  12. Beautiful photos! Such a sight! I live in the Arizona desert so don't see anything like this. Wow.

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  13. Fantastic photos of a very beautiful place.

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  14. ...I think I might be jealous! It must be amazing to be able to walk past something this beautiful on a regular basis. The colors are perfect...Mama Nature always knows...

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  15. Could a gardener have planned and planted a better garden than this!!!! Mother Nature does a pretty darn good job. Absolutely beautiful. Have a nice weekend. Mickie :)

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  16. Yes... I agree with everyone...Wow! Wow! Wow!! Can't believe this photo is taken at the END of summer.
    Life is beautiful : )

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  17. What beautiful scenes! Now I wish I had time to visit Glacier this year!

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  18. Wonderfull photos. Great blog
    Have a nice weekend
    mvh
    Håvard

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  19. thanks for the flowers

    totally different than our grant finale

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  20. Aahh, beautiful Tammie. Thanks for the flowers !

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  21. Oh gosh - those wildflowers are just magical! A blaze of colour!

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  22. such breathtakingly beautiful scenes...wOw!

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  23. Wow, such stunning beauty. Much love to you for sharing.

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  24. a feast for the senses! wowsa...

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  25. Beautiful colorful view of nature at its best, thanks for sharing and thanks for your kind comments on my post earlier

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  26. What a place of sheer beauty! How I would love to walk in those fields and drink in the natural loveliness. Just breathtaking. :)

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  27. What an incredible place. Your words are so very beautiful. Thank you.

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  28. I'm glad you got to see such great wildflowers. In Texas we have wildfires rather than wildflowers—plus drought and heat.

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  29. Most beautiful...

    inhaling the myriad of scents

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  30. Wonderful to see Tammie.I'd love to have seen the variety of pollen distributors on those patches.

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  31. Love the burst of summer color! Hopping form "Supplies Me" ... Cheers!

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  32. TL - stunning - like some giant gardener has scattered seeds to the winds and created a rich wild landscape. Thanks for finding, capturing and sharing such alive colours. B

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  33. Hi Tammie,
    The flowerfield beneath the mountain
    provide vivid colours and great captures :-)
    And your poem fits well, as always.
    Another nice post!

    Greetings from Norway
    Rune Olsen

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  34. Thank you Tammie..These photos are a wonderful gift.. incredible beauties...wow wow..:o)

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  35. Those wildflowers are so colorful. These are gorgeous images Tammie!

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  36. super lovely colorful flowers!

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  37. Wow! Wow! Wow! These are magnificent Tammie..oh my..the sceneries that surround you...that is awe-inspiring! All those gorgeous clusters of wild flowers..how I would love to be one of them. This is epic-ly beautiful! The first photo totally captures me..then the slant of the second one..further mesmerizes me!

    Thankyou for this beautiful series!
    STELLAR and MAGICAl! Nature is most inspiring isn't it..
    HUgs
    Kiki

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  38. what a gorgeous carpet of flowers!

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  39. That second shot is gorgeous!
    Love your POV up against the rock and sky. What a beautiful scene!

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  40. You did an awesome job of capturing the wild flowers. They are spectacular!

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  41. "Summer's grande finale" - these three words sound so festively and beautifully! As if Summer doesn't want to go. She's leaving for "Good-bye" a kingdom of colours, scents, sun and blue sky...Gorgeous photos and moving words, Tammie!:)

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  42. Oh Tammie! What a gorgeous, gorgeous sight! I could sit there all day! xx

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  43. Amazing light, breathtaking color, beautiful poem -- a feast for the heart and soul. And I'm only slightly envious that this happens without human intervention: no planting, no weeding, no watering... just amazing beauty.

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  44. Your colorful summer's end landscape is just like our Spring's bloom.

    A paradise!

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  45. Hello, Tammie Lee

    Attractive works.
    You are the excellent artist.

    I thank for your usual and hearty support.
    And i pray for you and yours peace.

    arigatou gozaimashita !!
    ありがとう ございました。
    ruma

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  46. A hillside full of wildflowers so thick that there's not a square inch wasted. The colors seem unreal because they're so vivid. How I love summer in the mountains. Your photos are wonderful.

    We had our grand finale about a month ago in Colorado... with one of the finest displays of wildflowers that I've ever seen. I store away memories like that one for stressful times and then go mingle in the wildflowers in my head.

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  47. Tammie, these look fabulous, I love the wildflowers, I would love to walk in your shoes. have a great week.

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  48. Hi Tammie,
    These are such beautiful images !!! Summer's Alchemist indeed ...
    I am so glad you stopped by and thank you so much for your kind comments !!!
    Very best of wishes,
    Barbara

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  49. Hi Tammie,

    that's incredible! such an overwhelming abundance of flowers and beauty, thanks for your eye and talent to show it to us so wonderful.

    cordially greetings and a perfect Autumn for you

    isabella

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  50. il est superbe ce patchwork de couleurs !

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  51. She has a fine closing act, doesn't she? Your photos, as always, are lovely.

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  52. The cycle of life,year by year !

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  53. What joy rise up from the spirit when seeing this sight! Breathtakingly beautiful Tammie! I like your words too.

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  54. ahh, beautiful beautiful! I was in Glacier about this time last year and have been thinking about it a lot lately..this just makes me want to get right back there. Love the pics!

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  55. Man o man- I'd love to have seen this w/ my own two eyes!

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  56. Great series - I like the mushrooms' acceptance of where they are!

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie