Wednesday, October 22, 2008

NO NO NO!


NO NO NO, Sir Frost,
Lovely morning glories say...
We'll live! One more day!

But..

The cycle goes on...
Seasons always wax, then wane -
Soon gone till next spring.

photo taken yesterday, 10/20, @ 7:15 am

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xoabb
expect anything!

30 comments:

  1. morning glories are such a friendly flower

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  2. That was me that left that message above, I had forgotten to log in. Sorry!

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  3. I know, that frost is coming quickly isn't it? It was just 80 last week, and now we are happy if it is 65! Fall is lovely though. Lovely, but cold : ).

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  4. I'm about to bust out my sweaters! The morning glories are beautiful Annie!

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  5. NO No No to frost here also.
    Some parts of my province had SNOW today but thankefully we are far enough soth that is didn't affect us.
    Brrr--I hate winter!!

    Bear((( )))

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  6. Let's see, it will be 88 here tomorrow..Grrrr.

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  7. I'm loving the cooler weather - the hot flash fighter.

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  8. Don't worry there will be another spring. And if you miss the heat then come visit my country it's summer all year here! Lovely choice for N post.

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  9. And my zinnias just started blooming in ernest...just as the frost hits. Beautiful shot, Annie;)

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  10. Lovely photo. I'm so looking forward to spring! ;)

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  11. Out here in the west it's been a long dry summer, so most of our wildflowers are only a memory, but we still have some morning-glories hanging on...

    I always marvel at blue flowers, but you have done a great job capturing these -- that exposure is just perfect...

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  12. T: What beautiful purple Morning Glories. We had a freeze this morning so they are gone until next year.

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  13. I don't blame you for wanting something this lovely to remain forever! Did you plant these from seed? I would love to have some.

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  14. Beautiful morning glories are pushing the season up in your neck of the woods, no? What a great gift.

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  15. Love this photo, Annie, we used to have lovely morning glories growing up the wrought iron grills on our front window ... then a few summers ago the vines grew but flowers were few .. then the vines didnt grow well .. then I gave up... and now I live vicariously thru the morning glory kindness of strangers ...

    :-Daryl

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  16. That was directed at my storm chasing readers... lol. SDS is Supercell Deprivation Syndrome. It is the result of storm chasers not having any chaseable weather for a period of time. Just something silly... lol.

    I will answer on the blog too, in case others are wondering. Thanks for asking.

    Beautiful morning glories!

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  17. I love the way morning glories trumpet a new day. Nice post.

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  18. I don't mind this season of fall, but I say NO NO NO to drizzly grey winter! lol

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  19. Sorry morning glories, but the brightly leaves take precedence this time of year. :)

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  20. My wife has wonderful memories of morning glories. He mother had them on a trellis in her back yard. Every day my wife's grandmother would take her outside to pick a morning glory.

    An Arkie's Musings

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  21. I love when you do morning glories. These are really nice, Annie.

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  22. No fear, they'll be back. I promise.

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  23. Hang on! We had our first frost last night. I really didn't believe it was going to happen, so although we covered our tomatoes, I didn't pick the basil. I was so mad this morning!

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  24. Nice Flower (is it une "pervenche"?")
    All your photos of
    Nature are very creative !
    No frost here, rainy weather to day in Normandy!
    Miss Yves

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  25. That brought a smile to my face! I still ahve a few lingering flowers in protected spots, but we're supposed to be getting a killing frost tonight. : (

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