My World Tuesday: Wildly, Lusciously Overgrown

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Five days of rain gave way to an evening of sunshine and intense warmth on Friday. The grass was tall and beautiful. Mother Nature does marvelous things; I love when she is left to her own devices.

My World Tuesday

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  1. This lane makes me want to take a run. Beautiful lighting too.

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  2. Reminds me of the days of my youth.

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  3. Beautiful. Makes me want to run barefoot through the grass. : )

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  4. The first shot is incredibly dramatic. I love the colors in the second and the patterns in the last one.

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  5. Tall and beautiful indeed. Lovely shots .

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  6. Grass is so lovely, when people stop tormenting it with crewcuts and herbicides! You've got such a beautiful photograph to show it.

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  7. beautiful nature shots...so peaceful and artsy!

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  8. The first picture is so pretty.I'd love to just stroll down it.Thanks!

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  9. Great, peaceful shots. Surprising what a bit of rain does for everything.

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  10. Interesting macro and I love the last one grasses. I am glad you had soem nice days.

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  11. Magical, gorgeous and blissful...sigh...lovely shots
    Sandi

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  12. wonderful lovely series of pics! The soft lighting in the last one is awesome! i love the sweeping vista of of the first one!

    Thanks for sharing my dear friend!

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  13. The flowers come and go so fast it gives me whiplash. The Parkway is lined with Rhododendron which is starting to bloom.

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  14. We havw had a lot of tears of the gods but this is a hot sunshiny day. I played on my cd player The physics of time and my time is nowon yjr DrsPlains river nea4r Chicago.
    I salute u as a teacher who makes them thing!

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  15. I love your luscious world Sandy. Gorgeous!

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  16. You have a beautiful world out there!
    Have a nice week!

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  17. Very beautiful field and scenery. I wish I could take beautiful photos like you. :)

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  18. These are not pictures. They are Poetry!
    Luiz Ramos

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  19. I have to agree with Luiz, these aren't just photos, they are indeed poetry! Thanks for the beauty!

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  20. oh so beautiful..and like Lisa, they make me want to run and feel the beautiful world around.

    My world is here

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  21. Sandy, your photos always seem to take me right into them, its like I am wandering down that lane looking at all the beauty nature has provided.

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  22. Such rich color and texture. I really love your photography and hope that someday I can come close to taking pictures like this.

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  23. After a spell of rain, everything looks so green and I too love it.

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  24. Great shots, that first one is outstanding.

    Have a great week
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  25. That is very lovely country side. The snaps of the nature are fantastic.

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  26. What a wonderful sequence, Sandy. Watching your photos I feel the fresh sweet-smelling country air, I'd like to take a walk in that fabulous landscape.

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  27. What a lovely path to follow.

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  28. Wonderful pictures. Especiallt the first one. Feel like walking the path.

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  29. Reminds me of my home!

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  30. I wish I was there.

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  31. Thanks for your comment!

    I did not know about your blog
    and I am really bewitched
    by beauty of pictures!
    :-)

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  32. after getting that new camera, you never fail to amaze us with those photos.

    yes nature might be naturally beautiful but from focus to framing, it's beautiful!

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  33. these are postcard perfect materials sandi. all it needs now are texts.

    on the second thought, even if there are no words, these photos speak volume. i specially like the details of the 2nd pic. awesome.

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  34. And when left to its own devices, it is always beautiful.

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  35. Such great pictures; looking at them made me feel I'm already walking barefoot on the soft grass! Love the lighting in the first pictures.

    Thank you so much for sharing these pictures with us.

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  36. Hi Sandy
    Great pictures and I do agree with your last sentence.. We have a small field that is behind our house... this field is surrounded by other houses which all back onto it... at one time the field was used as a play area for local children which was great.. until the night time when older kids would abuse the field and the gardens it backed onto... I campaigned to get it gated off... and left for the local wildlife to use... now 10 years or so on it is a little haven for all kinds of things. foxes mate and rear their young under a neigbours shed, hedgehogs over winter there, frog and toads live in the long grass... wild flowers and weeds have taken over and this as attracted the birds and bees.. bats are now seen more often flying over at dawn and dusk hunting winged insects.. I do hope mother natures is allowed to stay so close by looking after this small area.
    Tom :O)
    My blogs today show Meadow Views and Butterfly's

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  37. Yummy shots. Those lightly colors somehow awake my appetite. Or maybe I should just have breakfast already ;)

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  38. I would love to lie down on the soft downy grass. We have similar grass here in New Zealand, but not on such a large scale as yours.

    beautiful photo of nature.

    Are the grass made into hay>

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  39. simple great green photos here sandy
    thanks for sharing timeless photos for us

    oh by the way Just want to hear your thoughts
    upon this article stating
    "iS money is the root of all Evil?"
    heres the link
    http://breaking-the-boundaries.blogspot.com/2009/06/is-money-root-of-all-evil.html
    thanks
    happy blogging

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  40. Sandy: I do like that second shot of the grass, nicely done.

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  41. What a beautiful world!! Pictures taken with love!

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  42. Sandy I could not agree with you more. Our world would be so much better if we let nature take her own course and we learned to live with her rather than change or challlenge her. Your photos are wonderful, I would love to walk along that road to that meadow at dusk. Thank you so much for sharing your world.
    Blessings and smiles

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  43. How lovely! Nature is very wise, and if you wait long enough, always very beautiful.

    How is it that I forgot about My World Tuesday this week?

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  44. Your last line says it all. GREAT pics Sandy, I particularly like the first one of the field. Lush indeed...

    Hugs, G

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  45. How neat to be reminded of the connection between "lush" and "lucious" -- such a wonderful word for the way the world around me has been looking recently in its overflowing greenness.

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  46. i love spontaneous, unedited untouched greenery- That's what I'm calling my back yard..sandy

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  47. Rain brings growth........flowers and weeds alike however!

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  48. Such a gorgeous place. What a little rain will do to quench the earth and bring such abundant life.

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  49. Thanks for sharing these LOVELY scenes ... I confess I'm jealous of your rain and grateful for running water.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  50. Incredible series of photos! Grasses and greenery, love it! :)

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  51. These photos burst with lushness! Glad your rain brought such abundance of beauty.

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  52. You can almost hear a bee buzzing just above the grass. A quiet peaceful place.

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  53. i love the path; a journey i would like to take; love the white flowers.

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  54. my oh my oh my
    such a glorious post!

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  55. A lot of rain, some heat and sunshine, and then you to show up and record it for everybody.

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  56. If I had my way, there'd be 'natural habitat' all over my little lot, but the town would come, cut it down and overcharge me for it, or fine me, or both.

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  57. Oh wow! That first photo is heart-stopping. How beautiful!

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  58. Anonymous10:31 PM

    That lush greeness is the best part of spring, Sandy, and what I anticipate most dearly each year. I love your photo of the lane. There's something about it that invites a stroll.

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  59. That is a perfect shot of the grass.

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  60. Great place to walk and explore! Love the tall grasses blowing in the wind. :)

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  61. Your world looks marvelous!

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  62. We've been getting deluged here recently too. Some really nasty overnight stuff mostly. Glad somebody's getting some use out of it somewhere!

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  63. These are lovely, but that second one is simply stunning.
    Janice.

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  64. pix are seriously wow-worthy

    a tranquil feeling of sun & peace...

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