Sunday, August 31, 2014

THE BEAUTY OF NATURE

September 1 is a few short hours away. The start of September means the start of school for us in Canada and that means back to work for me.It has been a good and busy summer and I am ready to get back into routines.


To start this new month I look back to a few more summertime beauties.
All of these pictures have been taken at The English Gardens.I present them to you without any further words,so enjoy.





Seasons change,but the goodness of our God remains the same.

25 comments:

George said...

It's easy to see why The English Gardens are a favorite place for you to visit and photograph. Thanks for sharing God's beauty with us.

S. Etole said...

So much beauty that you share with us. School begins here on Tuesday. Hope you have a good year.

Arija said...

We have just started spring which is beautiful but my hart is really in your side of the planet and I think of autumn with longing in my heart.
Happy days on you school runs.

Ginny Hartzler said...

What is the second flower? It really does look like a blue rose!!! Yes, I think it is! How can it be? I love the yellow pollen spots on the snow white lily!

John's Island said...

Hi Ruth, I would enjoy seeing The English Gardens one of these days. Some beautiful flower pictures you have here. Best wishes for a great September to you. John

Neal said...

Very very beautiful. You don't need any words...the flowers speak for themselves with all their beauty.

Sandra said...

Happy first day of Sept and I love that green thing with rosey tips, second from bottom and those strings on the bayonet bush.. so true, God is the only unchanging thing in this world

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

What lovely photos. That would be a garden I would enjoy going to and photographing things that strike me.

It's funny that just yesterday a friend and I were talking and she said things change, and I said, yes, but God never changes. And here you have that same thought right here in your blog. A confirmation of a truth.

Have a great school year.

Love and hugs ~ FlowerLady

TexWisGirl said...

oh, that 2nd one is lovely! good luck with driving this year!

Karin said...

I love that English Garden in the Assiniboine Park - a place where I spent many hours when I was young. Many gorgeous wedding photos were taken there - but the focus was on the young couple and the flowers were a bonus lovely background. Your photos are beautiful Ruth and I enjoyed my walk down memory lane as well! God's handiwork!!

Rose L said...

Is that second photo a purple (Maybe blue) rose?

His Sparrow said...

Thank you so much for these beautiful pictures! Brightened my day!

happyone said...

Absolutely beautiful. Love them all.

Unknown said...

Ruth, Gorgeous images!
I fear summer is in retreat! It's been a great summer.
The kids are anxious for school. Unfortunately our teachers are out on strike. They seemed to lounge around all summer and now are in a panic. It all makes me quite angry!

Willard said...

beautiful Ruth, excellent site

Shug said...

So much beauty...right here on this page. While I'm ready for Fall, I haven't been ready for the kids to all go back to school...Hope you have a great week back at work!!

Hootin' Anni said...

extraordinary beauty!!

Enjoy going back to work.

My name is Riet said...

Such beauty and your photo´s are the best Ruth.

Diane said...

Very pretty post, Ruth. The last one of the cactus with the little curly things is beautiful. Happy September!

Mary said...

Very beautiful! Have a safe and happy school year.

Terri said...

Oh wow- the purple beauty! All are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

EG CameraGirl said...

So much beauty there, Ruth. It's great that you're ready to go back to work. Routine has its good points, I think.

Debbie said...

these are so pretty ruth and i really like your new header for september!!!!

Anita Johnson said...

Very pretty flowers, Ruth...it's hard to see them starting to disappear!

Rick said...

A nice selection of lovely shots, Ruth. These will look even better in January!

Have a safe and enjoyable bus-driving year.