Down the garden path

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Comments (15)

cindy555 on February 18, 2010

Beautiful garden Lesley.. you do love your gardens I see...Hope all went well at the Dentist..Best wishes Marion

Lesley Rigby on February 18, 2010

Hi Cindy, Thanks for looking at my images and for all the kind things you say :-). They aren't the most exciting in the world but you're right it is my passion (plants and all that entails). You asked a question yesterday to see if a certain plant grows in my garden. No it doesn't. I wish I had the room to grow a lot more than I do but there are limitations. Sometimes if a plant dies I am almost happy just to have the space to grow something new. The Dental visit went alright. Probably an implant for me but Dental work doesn't worry me. What worries me is if the root breaks because of the fracture and there isn't help on hand., Ooooh the pain:-(((

John de Crom on February 18, 2010

Very nice photo Lesley. Greetings John.

Lesley Rigby on February 18, 2010

Thanks a million John. You are the most popular man on PA and I can see why. Lesley

Brumm2009 on February 18, 2010

Hello,
This is a very interesting shot and
a nice place.

Your view is very good and the colours
are nice and wonderful.

Best greetings from Germany
Brumm2009
user-no. 2620013

Lesley Rigby on February 18, 2010

Hello there Brumm, Thank you for your very kind comment! It is very much appreciated :-)). Looking at your list of tags it is going to take some time to check out your images - 2 years possibly :-))). Hope to make it very soon. Kind regards, Lesley

Sue Allen on February 19, 2010

Well, I for one love your joke-cracking, Jim! How are you! I just came across you here while enjoying this beautiful blooming pathway. Bravo Lesley and nice to meet you. (Just followed you from another comment about private property:) It certainly is a minefield out there. Maks me tremble in my shoes, for sure! Very best wishes to you both and have a wonderful weekend...

Sue

Sue Allen on February 19, 2010

Oh dear, look at my spelling above...'Maks me tremble'...looks as though I developed a Scottish accent there. :D

Lesley Rigby on February 19, 2010

Hello Sue, I am so pleased you have called :-)). I was very angry regarding the privacy laws, and now you have made me smile turning up here. I hope to get back to him soon with an answer. I hope it is what I would like to say. My husband will be typing away his reply I hope. That might take him an hour or two with one finger :-))

I'm glad you appreciated my pathway Sue. I must check out your gallery very soon as we have a common bond:-)). Very best wishes, Lesley

Gintarele on February 20, 2010

Beautiful photo, Lesley! I see an excellent path with colorful plants growing in both sides. I see a maple - the tree I love most of all! And most important - in front a great perspective with a beautiful scenery! I like this harmony very much! :) Greetings! G.

Lesley Rigby on February 20, 2010

Dear Gintarele, It is such a great pleasure to have you visit and appreciate my images. More than you could ever imagine :-)). Thank you for all of the lovely things you say. Lesley

Downtownmagic on March 20, 2010

Great shot Lesley !!!

Lovely place and atmosphere !!!

Congratulations also for the amazing colours and depth of the picture !!!

Greetings from Downtownmagic

Lesley Rigby on March 20, 2010

Praise indeed from you *Downtownmagic *! You say the nicest things ;-))) Thank you so much.

Kindest regards, Lesley

arch.khazarian on April 14, 2010

Hallo Lesley

path with love to the Nature,

Regards,

Alfred

Lesley Rigby on April 14, 2010

Once again Alfred many thanks for choosing to leave a nice comment on one of my images. I feel very honoured to have had a visit from you. :-))

Best wishes, Lesley

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 18, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Lesley Rigby
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot G9
    • Taken on 2009/05/25 16:49:22
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 7.40mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.200
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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