~❤️~ May you Walk with Beauty All Around You~❤️~
A Navajo Blessing

~❤️~ "The Heart Hath it's Own Memory.."~❤️~
William Wadsworth Longfellow

~❤️~ "There are men too gentle to Live among wolves."~❤️~
James Kavanaugh

Monday, October 3, 2016

Something different for a Monday...


While I was trolling around in Google+ (trying to find out how many people had seen my blog) I came across this photo that Google created from one of my photos.

This is an amazingly beautiful portrait of the raised bed garden, within which Laura's Garden is enclosed.  I found it in the notifications.   Sadly, the wire cage on the tiny day lilies was included but really, even that gave an aura of mystery to this photo.

Thought a few people would like to see it.

Thanks Google for a lovely rendition of that space.  Now please tell me how to see the Views bit that once was on my page?

6 comments:

  1. Thank you Paula. It was a "before" picture to one that hasn't come yet. We want to plant bulbs in the Fall around the whole mushroom setting, and then build a tortoise proof fence. The little beggars must be kept O.U.T.! (Thinking: rebar!)
    Anyway, about the photo, Google randomly takes one, glams it up and sends it to you. They do this, I think, in the hope that you will then go use their tools on your own. I still like Picasa the best. I cite the "Ease of use", for one.

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  2. The colors are beautiful. I don't even use Google plus, I just have the account so I can comment on blogs. I don't even know if people can get to my site using this comment function lol!

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  3. I got to you and put you on follow. So, now I can see you in Google Buddies I think... Happy Halloween by the way, loved the goat headed new student for the school. lol

    Thanks about the colors but it came that way from Google+, in a showing off email from the DEVs. Pretty cool, trying, I'm sure, to make me swerve to the dark side and abandon Picasa. hahaha

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  4. It's beautiful. What a loving memorial.

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  5. Hi, Karen. Thank you for helping me so much.

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