Friday, April 11, 2008

Benvenuti a molti fiori

Another beautiful spring day in the Texas Hill Country. The mimosa flowers (center right) are very fragrant. Here's a key (common names) from upper left: blue gilia, prarie verbena, antelope horn, Hayden (foster cocker), mosaic medallion on the front porch, pink mimosa, the house as viewed from the south, blackfoot daisy, slender-stem bitterweed. There are also bluebonnets, celestials, blue-eyed grass, rain lillies, and many other wild flowers about, but it is difficult to get good photos of them. I'll keep working on it. Each new day brings new things to admire.

4 comments:

Thomas Wentworth Hardy said...

G'Day Mate.Tom here from Dapto Australia.Would I be able to work on your montage photos in Photoshop?Thanks Tom Hardy

peg k said...

So nice to hear we've got friends down under! Sure thing, Tom. Please give us credit as the original source , provide a link to our blog, and send us copies of your Photoshop versions of the montages. pk

Thomas Wentworth Hardy said...

Thanks pk,I'll present the art in the way you specified and send you copies...Thanks Tom Hardy

Thomas Wentworth Hardy said...

Hi Peg K, I've finnished your artwork.Please advise as to your e-mail address so I can send the images to you.I've posted the images on my blog with the requirements you specified...Thanks Tom Hardy...