Lavender Daze, Purple Haze

Lavender Harvest at Purple Haze Lavender

Up at 4:15 again today, our usual summer schedule. The birds were a bit late, I think because it began overcast. The chorus didn’t start until after 4:30, but they are going strong still now at 6:30 pm.

We caught the 6:25am ferry from Edmonds to Kingston and drove up to Sequim (pronounced Squim) to shoot the lavender farms before they are crowded with people for the Lavender Festival this weekend. We are creating a new collection of images for our stock library, Garden Photo World.

What a fabulous day! Around nine the sun came out and we walked row after row of heady lavender, met fantastic people and ate sinful lavender-infused treats!

More soon, as we are still processing the 1,000+ shots we took… :) – g





Clematis ‘Rosemoor’


Planted in fall 2007, these clematis (three of them, ridiculously expensive) did not bloom last year, and in fact were so spindly and insignficant, I nearly gave up on them. D insisted they would survive and thrive. He was right! (as usual). I keep running out in the garden to stare at and photograph these blooms in different light. I have yet to capture the phenomenal colors – plum, wine, purple, magenta all shimmering on iridescent, velvety petals.

ahhh.

Badminton update: D: 12 matches G: 14 matches

– g

Lavender Morning


Lavender Morning, originally uploaded by georgiannalane.

D: 8 G: 11

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