Tuesday, September 3, 2013

The Last Day



Labor Day -  it came so fast.  I had big plans for the day and they involved my camera.  I was going to take lots and lots of pictures and my husband offered to drive me around.  I was up early and getting ready to go.  It was Day 2 of my 365 and I was anxious to take a really great picture.

It started to rain.  First just a little and then heavier and heavier with a little thunder and lightening thrown in for good measure.  When it seemed to be stopping I headed for the car but it started again.

It rained  poured all day from morning till dark.  I can't remember when we had that much rain all in one day. 

So the only photo I took was when I leaned out my kitchen window and snapped a bud on my Rose of Sharon bush.  It's the only thing in my garden that still looks good.



Visiting today with Nancy for  Tuesday Muse.


9 comments:

  1. beautiful Rose of Sharon ... love the rain drops.

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  2. It looks better than good! It's magnificent. :)

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  3. The coloring on this is gorgeous.

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  4. Fabulous photo! Nice that you got a really good ONE.

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  5. All our best laid plans... however, that snap of the Rose of Sharon is subtle and gorgeous in its dripping beauty.

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  6. You may have shot only one, but it's a winner! I didn't know what a Rose of Sharon looks like, and I guess I'm named after it :) What a lovely bloom!

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  7. Wow! Your 1 photo turned out to be a stunner. Sorry about the rain but perhaps you needed it. We had a few showers but nothing major.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  8. So sorry your photo date got rained out -- what can you do? Love the Rose of Sharon bloom. Mine are definitely on the wane.

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  9. wow this is a stunning photo, love how you've captured the rain drops, and I didn't know that the Hibiscus was also called a Rose of Sharon, one learns something everyday-it is beautiful.

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