That certainly brightens up a dark corner in a beautiful way!
Sissy, these hydrangea photos are just stunning. I love the very delicate tones of pink and creamy-white. Do you cut them for inside to dry for the winter? And if you, what time is the best time to cut them.I've managed to do it, but I think by flook! Diane
Wonderful, wonderful photos of these beautiful flowers.Oh yes, it would be so nice to age as gracefully as these flowers are doing.FlowerLady
They look beautiful Sissy. I just love Hydrangea.Cher Sunray Gardens
I always think of autumn colors as bright and red and boldly vivid, but the hydrangeas and anemones show that fall can be such a soft delicate pink too. Nice.
Such beautiful muted shades! It's like an artist delicately painted them. Do you dry them?
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Lovely corner, Sissy.I see your limelight is turning pink, too. A few blogger friends told me theirs does not turn pink. I thought maybe it depends on the amount of sun???
I agree totally, Sissy--I love the way hydrangeas fade. They look almost as beautiful as they age as they do in their prime. I should be so lucky:)
Sissy, I luv the simplicity of this post and the photos are beautiful. I suspect you are aging in a spectacular way!Do you know where I can get some bear meat??? Truth be known, I'm not all that interested in football, but I live in GB, so I've no choice about absorbing some of it. donna
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