2012 Project 365 – Week Twenty-Five




Hot, sultry, sluggish… just a few adjectives to describe our week…

Saturday, June 16th
My lunch – veggie burger & cantaloupe. Sadly, the tomato was store bought.


Dr. M drove back from Kentucky tonight – and drove by my sheep farm.


Sunday, June 17th
Look who came back for a visit!


No, the bunny isn’t incarcerated – just in the neighbor’s yard.


The altar flowers from church – in honor of my mother’s birthday (& Dr. M’s mom, since there were two bunches). The container that they’re in (from Tiffany – la de da) was my five year gift from work. When I chose it I thought it was a pencil holder. Ha!


Monday, June 18th     
My friend Joanne & I decided to get takeout & eat at her house. We watched the Reds game for a while. Rascal watched me eat. GORGEOUS cat! I couldn’t ever get all of him in the frame – maybe next week.


Tuesday, June 19th   
Our miniature rose bloomed!!!


Daisy Explosion.


Wednesday, June 20th   
The State of the Bug – a Vermeer model? You can read about this picture here. Sigh.


Thursday, June 21st       
Dr. M saw some brand new somebody hanging out on a daisy.


Friday, June 22nd       
Mr. Cardinal checking out his domain.


Lilies. The second one is what we got from Ellen – thanks!



I wasn’t sure you could really grasp the true giganticness of the daisy explosion – so I had Dr. M take this picture.


Last night it was a little cooler, so we enjoyed our fire pit.


Go to Sara’s blog here to see the blogs of all the other Project 365 participants. Have a great week!

Most of our photos are taken with a 12 megapixel Nikon D5000 DSLR, using a 55-200mm zoom lens. This is the camera that Dr. M takes with him most days. He also takes pictures with our old reliable 7 megapixel Canon Powershot A710.  The Bug uses our new Nikon Coolpix S6200 most of the time. If you’re interested in which camera was used for a particular shot, just ask! 

Comments

  1. I am getting the itch again- maybe tomorrow will be a good day to re-join P365 (and blogging, for that matter)! Trying to convince myself it's not too much work to carry my huge camera around, and that I don't NEED to replace my small point and shoot. Too bad my phone takes crappy pics.
    Our daisies are also crazy. I need to find a spot to transplant them- they bend over too much and cover our sidewalk!

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  2. I like Vermeer's model. But where's the trademark pearl earrings? If you don't have them you have my permission to rush out and buy them.

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  3. I like your Saturday lunch - I eat a lot of veggie burgers. A LOT. Sometimes my husband and I wonder what we did before they invented veggie burgers.

    Too funny about your flower container. I bought a flower pot to use as a pencil holder. ;-p

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  4. a fire in your fire pit in late June? That's just wrong.

    the butterfly is a snout nose.

    your day lilies are starting and mine are bloomed out.

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  5. a daisy explosion and a fire pit... perfect!! ;)

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  6. Those daisies are incredible!

    It has been awfully hot here, too. I had to take a couple of midday lie downs.

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  7. I don't think I have ever seen daisies stand up that well. Do you water them with coffee or tea....just kidding.

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  8. Awesome shots. Loved the white squirrel, the flowers, the red hat atracts me a lot. Your flowers are amazing. I cannot believe how tall they are. Hope your week is wonderful.

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  9. That tomato might be store-bought, but it looks really good! The daisy explosion is impressive, too -- I like the photo with you behind it!

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  10. oh, my goodness, the daisy explosion didn't look that big until you stood new tho it! crazy!!!!
    great pictures!

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  11. I'm drooling over the cantaloupe :) I saw fresh strawberries at the store and got unduly excited -- they didn't look real healthy and I realized they had to have been shipped here from somewhere far, FAR away.

    That's a lovely vase that I'm sure would also make a lovely pencil holder. Who says it has to remain a vase, any way?!

    I luuuuurve daisies! They were the flowers I chose for our wedding (although the florist insisted I add a few token roses). And that is one big bunch of 'em!

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  12. Your flora and fauna fotos, always delightful, this time even explosive! Was it Miracle Grow?
    I like the albino squirrel.

    Mike rode over your way yesterday, but didn't make it, so I had to pick him up part way. Too hot.

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  13. i always enjoy these - your flower pictures are great

    and Albino Squirrel - nice to see him/her back again

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  14. Oh my stars....LOVE, LOVE those daisy's....

    What kind are they????

    Girl that was a red hat!
    Blessings
    R

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  15. I love daiseys, And wow on the butterfly too. Looks like we had sone of the same pics this week, day lily and fire.

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