Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Holes to Heaven

Thanks to the great Jack Johnson for that so appropriate song title...

Connecticut Holes to Heaven



Discovered (way too) early last Thursday morning...


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As a bonus, here's a little video of
Hanna's Havoc in Connecticut
(would have been perfect - for this post at least -
had she been a Hurrricane. Glad she wasn't, tho!)
video


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xoabb

P. S. I'm postin' early so I can GO TO BED!
Happiness to you all!
P. P. S. (8 am Wed.) Just changed post date to Wed.
(To be consistent - it's the OCD/AR side of me rearing its head.)

31 comments:

  1. Love the vibrant colors!
    Make it a good Wednesday!

    ~AirmanMom returning to her blog...

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  2. My word, Annie! Those two photos of sunlight through the trees are gorgeous! A bonus with the morning glories!

    I don't know which storm dumped more rain, Gustav or Hannah. My brother in law in northern VA said his garden is under water.

    Lovely ABC Wednesday post.

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  3. Loves the blue color, just bluetiful!

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  4. love those pictures very very lovely!!

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  5. I like your ABC Wednesday post, the variety of photos and H-words. It's super!

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  6. Last fall, I did a little photo safari around my neighbourhood looking up into and through the trees to the blue heavens above. Lovely post! :D

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  7. that was a wonderful set of Hs indeed!

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  8. Beautiful photos and I am Happy for you that you didn't have any from Hurricane HannaH.

    Bear((( )))

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  9. Such a pretty post... beautiful with the sun streaming through... sigh... amazing.

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  10. Great shots, Ann!

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  11. eautiful flowers, byt the ray of light is amazing.

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  12. Oh, wow! I love your holes to heaven and those blue flowers are just so....blue....and beautiful! That is a picture to print and frame! WOW! I'm glad that Hanna did you no havoc.

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  13. Incredibly beautiful shots -- especially that top one...
    You get my prize of the day -- ten points and a gold star...   Congratulations...

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  14. Wow, what beautiful pictures. Thanks for brightening my Weds.

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  15. such blue, blue flowers. :O lovely. :)

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  16. Great! Love especially the 1st one with those vivid blues! Maybe early, but worth it! :)
    Cheers, Klaus

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  17. Love your holes to heaven and the morning glories.
    Hannah's havoc is a clever title too.

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  18. ...That is truly beautiful!

    ...Thank you for sharing and blessings too... :o)

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  19. those morning glories make me cry ... i want so badly to have them wend their way up and around and though the wrought iron that is the window guard on our windows .. alas the frickin' things want more sun than we get ... harrumph

    :-Daryl

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  20. I'm looking hard for fairies in those rays of light. Beautiful, absolutely.

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  21. Morning glories and morning light - how wonderful.

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  22. I like your blue morning glories and the light is nice to see coming down. Nice post.

    My post for H (hair) is over at Canon Pixels

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  23. TSAnnie, wonderful shots here! The morning glories are magnificent and I could just follow that sunbeam to heaven! Looks like it was worth getting up that early. Thanks for coming by to see me again.

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  24. Beautiful pictures, Annie! Love them.

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  25. Those morning glories are SPECTACULAR! Love the light in the woods, but sorry it was WAY too early!

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  26. Love those photos, Annie!! Sometimes it DOES pay to get up way too early, doesn't it??

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  27. Wow, love the light. Not so much the rain though. Our brook was overflowing so much that it was getting scary. Thanks for stopping by my blog during my downtime. Your notes were really appreciated. I'm still not back at 100%, but feeling a lot better.

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  28. I loved the video...do you have any stills from it? Would make an awesome crad for a gardener.. sorry I am so late.

    Thanks so much.

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  29. Those are gorgeous photos!! Wow, I'd never make it anywhere with a place like that to go to.

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  30. Beautiful! Beautiful! I'm behind in my visiting this week and don't know if I'll get all the way through the linkies, but oh! I am so glad I saw your second photo! It's breathtaking!

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