Sunday, March 25, 2012

Wisteria and Soft Shadows

Hello and thank you for stopping by. One sunny morning last week I was in the garden taking pictures of my Wisteria and noticed how pretty the sun looked filtering thru the trees.





















I am joining Karen at My Little Home

23 comments:

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I can smell the sweet fragrance of your wisteria all the way over here. Yes, I can! :)

Shadowy Poppy

Snap said...

Love your wisteria (I can almost smell it), your adorable bunny and the beautiful teacup! Happy Sunday!

Snap said...

Your wisteria is beautiful. Mine isn't blooming yet. Love the bunny and the beautiful tea cup. Happy Sunday! (This may be a duplicate post. When I hit publish, I got an error message.)

Zuzu said...

Such beautiful photographs, Clara! I love wisteria - it used to grow up and around the porch at a cottage I lived in (way back when I was 20) in Saratoga, CA. :)
Your blog is lovely. I'm adding it to my sidebar and hope to visit again soon.
Wishing you a lovely weekend,
~ Zuzu

Kelly said...

How beautiful!! I haven't seen any blooming here, but I haven't really been on the lookout. It seems things can burst out overnight.

janice15 said...

I love wisteria, it's so elegant and beautiful, well in my opinion... I just saw some at the store coming over a fence and told Mom look how pretty..that's my next thing for the garden. Beautiful photos..thank you for sharing...with love have a lovely Sunday...Janice

Lighthousegal said...

What lovely photos. The shadows are awesome and the dishes in the photos are so delicate and beautiful. I have had the pleasure of visiting South Carolina and found it to be a beautiful place.
Happy Sunday!!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Lovely compositions.

Regards and best wishes

Crafty Gardener said...

Beautiful l blooms. I love how you had different arrangement to photograph them.

cherry said...

What a beautiful way to share your lovely blooms and beautiful tea cup.. I'm your newest follower and we are neighbors I'm in Savannah.

Hope you have a wonderful week..
hugs, Cherry

chubskulit said...

Oh these are delightful shots! Thanks for your wonderful contribution to Shadow Shots Sunday 2.

Shadow Fleeting
Rose

Kentish Keg-Meg said...

Waiting for my wisteria to flower. It's usually towards the end of May but everything is so advanced in the garden.

Kim@My Fairytale Cottage said...

Beautiful Pictures! Thank you for visiting, I love your blog. I'll be following you!

-Kim :)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Your flowers and photos are beautiful.

The Summer Porch said...

Oh my, Clara your blog looks so romantic. Your pictures are truly beautiful. You know when I saw wisteria growing already I remembered you were from South Carolina lucky lady, my daffodils haven't even opened yet! :)
Hugs Rosemary...xoxo
P.S. I believe in Angels too...

Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Clara
Your wisteria is gorgeous, a real compliment to your teacup. I like the bunny and wonder if it is concrete? I've had concrete bunnies out over winter for several years and I see this spring they are starting to disintegrate.
Judith

Rowan said...

Lovely photos. I love the colour of wisteria, it's too early for it here yet though. The teacup and plate that you used in the photos are really pretty.

Gemma Wiseman said...

You have given the wisteria a wonderful, romantic presence! Such lovely arrangements touched with shadow!

My Little Home and Garden said...

You have created some charmingly, romantic vignettes with your teacups, blooms and reading material. Thank you for linking to Sunlit Sunday.
-Karen

romance-of-roses said...

The Wisteria is lovely, I love the color lavender. We have a Wisteria Festival near by every year. Hugs...Lu

Diane said...

What a pretty post. Love your gathering of the pretty wisteria, china and that sweet hat....that just might suit me, I am a hat wearer! Diane

Wren said...

How lovely!

Antiques And Teacups said...

I came from Teacup Thursday with Miss Spencer and love your post. Your china is complemented beautifully in your lovel photos by the wisteria and shadows. Beautiful!
Ruth

Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I love to hear from you. ~Clara~