Sunday, July 12, 2009

Sunday Stroll - Through the Seasons

My camera is not working at this moment (I hope it is an easy and inexpensive repair!) so I am strolling back through the seasons using older photos. I began with summer above, and rotated through autumn, winter, spring and back to summer again. In each of these photos, if you look closely enough, you will see a tiny bit of my path through the garden. So come along, if you will, and follow my garden trail through the seasons.

Autumn:
Winter

Spring
Summer


It was a lovely day, with blue skies and a light breeze, so I took a walk through the garden without my camera in the beautiful afternoon hours. Where-ever you are, whatever the weather, I wish you joy as you walk slowly through the seasons.

all photos by Aisling 2007 - 2009
1) blue butterfly delphinium 2) cosmos 3) the bare chinese elm 4) jetfire narcisscus 5) orange daylily


6 comments:

Everydaywoman said...

It's so funny that you posted those four season pix today, especially the wintry one, because I was just reflecting on how LONG the winter felt for all of us, as we were hunting for spring on each and every Sunday Stroll. Now, summer is here in all its glory! Thanks, as always, for hosting and sharing your Sunday strolls.

Aisling said...

Ruth,

You're welcome. Thanks for walking along! I love the company. :)

Green Mamma said...

I like how you used color to sum up the seasons. This week, for our stroll in downtown D.C. and at the art museum, we strolled by looking for the color purple.

Aisling said...

Purple is always good! Sounds like fun. :)

linda said...

my dear sister aisling, how lovely are these and you know...the winter picture to me, is the loveliest of all...perhaps it is that now, in the height of our summer, color is pervasive, everywhere one looks...this lovely quiet scene is peaceful, contemplative and just what I need right now...thank you for sharing it...
xoxo

Aisling said...

Linda, I'm glad you enjoyed these images. There is a bittersweet quality to the winter image for me, but I know what you mean. It is quiet and contemplative, for sure.

So nice to see you here. :)