Life and Knitting
at Willow's Little House
Through more stands of bamboo.
The ubiquitous lily pads in the pond.
Are you sure the goldfish weren't being 'koi'? (Sorry, couldn't resist :^)Beautiful pictures!
Beautiful photos Willow! Love the Monet!
The pictures are very nice! Thanks for sharing!! The header is you!! It fits very well!! I took my rose out and will play around more this week with other options.
That impressionistic watercolor is terrific! You could frame it!
I like seeing the bamboo as it is so different to anything here.Maple i sstunning.
I love the coy/koi picture! Thanks for sharing with us -- what a lovely day :)
Lovely! I really favor the 'monet' picture! :o)
I enjoyed seeing all of your garden photos! I used to have my own small rose garden in a previous home. I miss the smell of it! My children were little toddlers and they would walk through and tell me the different smells of each kind of rose! The Japanese garden is so pretty too! I have always loved Japanese Maples for their red color. We also have a bamboo forest growing down the street from us! I read that it's invasive in this area, but I love how it looks. My daughter thinks we just need more Pandas in Pennsylvania!!
very nice pictures with clarity, love the gold? probably koi fishes. and i've got 2 awards for you, sorry didnt do the linking in my blog..the list is too long, and e for excellent and of course the cute teddy for this nice blogger :)
OH, this is a lovely post, Willow!...I've always liked the beauty and harmony of a Japanese garden and Asian-inspired gardens. Happy Days ((HUGS))
Hi Willow....more lovely photos. I like that bamboo!Oh, and I also like your new header!
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