Friday, February 21, 2014

Six Words Friday ~ Twist ~

Twist

 Tangled

Gnarled

 Braided

 Bent

Curve

Images taken yesterday February 20th at Longwood Gardens
Kennett Square, Pa.

Sharing my images of this little slice of heaven with
Adrienne at My Memory Art ~ Six Words Friday
Please stop by and share Six Words with my dear friend Adrienne.
Many thanks Adrienne for hosting Six Words Friday,
it's both challenging and fun!
 

31 comments:

  1. What an amazing garden and a great couple on bench :)
    Debbie, have a lovely weekend !

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  2. I love getting to visit with you! Looks like spring comes early at Longwood!! Keep the images coming!

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  3. A great place to spend some time on a winter day!

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  4. Oh how pretty Debbie, I love it when you and Chuck visit there. So many beautiful things to see.

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  5. aww, gorgeous views. so pretty. can't pick a favorite. i love them all. i guess i am wishing for some springy views myself. thanks for tiding me over?!? i guess you could say. if you have more please do share. Chuck & Debbie forever ever. you know the song ... kiss (spelling it out) or what that only in my childhood. ha. ha!!

    we have rain today. & lots of wind. a chance of flooding too. ( :

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  6. These are so good, Debbie, and perfectly titled! Have a great weekend. (You two always look so happy!)

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  7. Beautiful. So happy to see all those blooms. Up in Vermont it is rainy and just cold enough to mean ice. I need to know it is spring elsewhere. Our turn will come.

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  8. love it all - from any position. :)

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  9. Funny that you posted that -- I just told my husband that we needed a visit to Longwood Gardens. Love your gorgeous photo-definition of your words.

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  10. It looks like you visited paradise! the colors in the first photo are amazing--so nice to see this time of year. :-)

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  11. How lovely to see such color after looking outside this morning. Hope you have a GREAT weekend!

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  12. I love those colorful photos. And I guess you know which is my favorite one. The smiles brighten my day.

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  13. Now that's a beautiful sight on a wintry day.

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  14. What a lovely place Debbie!!So many kinds of plants and flowers!Amazing photos!!You sure are a happy couple!Wish you a great weekend!
    Dimi...

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  15. Oh I love every little twisty beautiful turn of this. Pretty pretty. Hug B

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  16. Those pics are just lovely! Thanks for some color on this very grey day in Mass.

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  17. Wow ~ you are definitely making me long for my gardening ! I have said it before and I'll say it again ~ you and your hubs look like the sweetest couple !

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  18. Looks like a lovely place to visit!

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  19. Beautiful flowers shared with love. Thanks!!
    Six words Debie ;)
    Have a good weekend.
    A kiss.

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  20. They are fantastic to grow in such a way.

    But if we do, we are abnormal.

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  21. Debbie, you are a happy couple! I love all the flowers and your lovely photos. Now, you have me wishing for a trip to Longwood Gardens too.
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  22. Absolutely beautiful! Looks like such a wonderful place to visit.

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  23. I really like the first one...great colors! Awesome shot of you guys!

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  24. What pretty pictures!! Looks like a beautiful place!

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  25. I've actually been to Longwood Gardens! It's a beautiful place. Loving your photos. Twisted and Braided are really cool.
    As always you both look so happy to be sharing the experience together.

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  26. Such a delightful spot to visit. Can imagine the perfumes. Love your selection of photos to match the words. Perfect setting for you both too :D)

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  27. Love love love photos and words!

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  28. Great take on the theme - love all the photos!

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  29. What a beautiful place this is, and your photographs of it are wonderful, Debbie. The first one is so cheerfully colorful!

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