Jan 22, 2009

PSF - The Garden!

PhotoStory Friday
Hosted by Cecily and MamaGeek


I volunteer (a lot) at my girls school. One of the many events I have found myself in charge of this year is creating the 5th graders yearbook.

Yesterday was a bit overcast and a perfect day for getting some picture around campus.

I thought you all might enjoy a few of my shots from the garden.


I couldn't help taking a picture of my own reflection! Hi!



I was surprised to see that there we some ripe tomatoes in the "salad" garden!



I hope you enjoyed this brief glimpse of the schools garden!

34 comments:

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

Oh girl you are killing me - NOW vine ripe tomatoes??
Gorgeous flower BTW!

Chris said...

Are you just torturing me? At this point I can't even remember if we have flowers or fresh vegetable here.

Saundra@ItalianMamaGoneCrazy said...

Dont you just love SoCal? My parsley, tomatoes and cilantro runneth over still!!!

Love that flower shot... framer for sure!

mommaof4wife2r said...

reflection pics make me smile! love it!

mine, by magpie said...

WOW!! what kind of flower is that? it's gorgeous!!!

Debbie said...

The reflection photo is great! And I am longing for that tomato too.

Tina said...

Beautiful!! Yea for you!! And guess what, I have NO garden right now, LOL!!! I have to find a place or build something up where my dog can't trample it...

K said...

tomatoes on the vine and bright vivid daisies...
in winter...

S and I agree- today's color would be
green with envy. :-)

Ronnica said...

That's neat that the school has a garden! Do they eat from the "salad" garden?

Oh, and there's something for you on my blog!

Kelly Deneen said...

Wow! A garden!! I wish I could be there right now. :) I love your reflection picture as well.

namaste said...

So cool! I can't believe the ripe tomato!

Sam_I_am said...

I get jealous of those of you from Southern California. But only when there is snow here. :-)

Suzi said...

I love the picture of your reflection. The flower is beautiful!

Rachael said...

that is really neat that the school has a garden!

Kimber said...

I just can't get over that you are in short sleeves. I so need to move somewhere south.

Jenny and the Princess Peonies said...

Oh how I miss SoCal right now. I just get to stare at snow and ice!

CC said...

What an awesome looking garden. I can't believe you have ripe tomatoes. In January!

Momma said...

Awesome pics! I am so jealous

david mcmahon said...

Beautiful shots, Michelle. The first one is a perfect fisheye lens effect, turning the object in your view into a fisheye.

Jen said...

Wow, what beautiful photos.

MamaGeek @ Works For Us said...

Wow, I'm so jealous of all that vibrant color Michelle! Talk about a sight for sore eyes - wowza!

Holly at Tropic of Mom said...

What a great idea for the school to have a garden! Do the kids actually tend it? :) Beautiful shots.

BoufMom9 said...

What a beautiful garden! Making me so so wistful for the spring.... it's sooooooo long off....

Elaine A. said...

The flower in that last shot is amazing! Makes me long for Spring!!

And that first picture is so cool! I love images like that. I did a similar one at christmas time with an ornament.

Have a great weekend! : )

Live.Love.Eat said...

Nice photos!!!!

avtcoach said...

I just scrolled through your last 3-4 posts and the photos are amazing! You are really good, have a good eye and apparently a great camera. Love the dog jumping and teh golden flower. Oh for Spring!!

Michele said...

Gorgeous photos, as always! Thank you for your little visit to my blog on my big, bloggy day! :->

Naturally Caffeinated Family said...

Wow, gorgeous pictures!!!!! Love them all!

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

The reflection shot rocks! :)

Rachel Ann said...

Thanks for stopping by on my SITS day last week...I feel so loved and overwhelmed with all the comments! Sorry it's taken me so long to respond back!

Lindsay said...

I always love pictures taken of shiny round things. They turn out so neat! Especially when you have an interesting background reflected in it.

Very beautiful pictures!

tommie said...

Mine are not school aged yet....but I can only hope they go to a school that has something as fun as a school garden!

Thanks for visiting my PSF.

KatieZ said...

Wow, neat neat pics. Love the one of the flower. And I am totally jealous of the tomatoes. I love having my own garden, but where we just moved to, there is no place to have one. I am so bummed. But love your pics anyway!

lisaschaos said...

Veggies ripening in January? :) I love that flower and your reflection!

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