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Friday, July 04, 2008

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Caitlin

I just found your blog the other day and LOVE it, I've been back a few times catching up through your archives and admiring your lovely garden, so thought it was only polite to say hello. :-)

Your mange tout look wonderful, they're one of my favourites (they call them snow peas here). Absolutely fascinating picture of the dragonfly too.

Nice to 'meet' you.
Caitlin

Ardi

It looked to me like the one dragon fly was holding the wings so that the other dragon fly could slip into them. Beautiful photos - can't imagine how you could sit still long enough to catch that.

Sylvia

Hello Roz
I've been reading your blog/site faithfully since, oh I don't know, 2004 or 05? But I don't comment often and I thought I'd let you know that I was out here reading :D

Beautiful pictures. I can't seem to grow sweet peas because I can't get them in the ground early enough to avoid the heat!

Sylvia

Kate

I just wanted to thank you for your delightful blog, with the shots of your garden. I don't get enough time to work in my yard, and it's scandalously neglected, but coming here and seeing yours give me hope, and splendid ideas on what to do about mine!

Mary

Umm, mange tout are delightful to eat and so easy to prepare - but always very expensive over here. I must try growing some myself.

Fabulous dragonfly photos Roz - we have a lot at the pond nearby however I rarely see one in my garden. This year the butterflies are few also - perhaps the crazy weather pattern has upset the balance of Nature, always a frightening thought!

Terra

Lovely looking Chinese sugar peas. Like you, I tend to pick them and eat them while in the garden. If I have extras, they are delish in salads.

Rain

Wow, that dragonfly photo was amazing. I am always drawn to dragonflies but had never seen a picture like that even though I knew how they came out of the creek that way. Wonderful photo

Leah

I LOVE these dragonfly photos. You are so talented! Thanks for sharing, I just came across your blog today and love your photos. I'll definitely be bookmarking it so I can come back and look again and again.

Eunice

Hi, Roz, just checking in. I love the dragonflies. I may do something with that theme in jewelry. Will send pics if I do! Do you have squirrels in your garden? They have been eating my squash before it gets anywhere near big enough to pick...grrr!

Brigitte

Dear Roz, We miss you!!! :-)

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