Oh, Kelli, Gorgeous pictures and morning glories! I see there is another little night owl still up.
LOL. I was surprised when my Easter lilies started blooming.
Absolutely gorgeous pictures, Kelli!
What vibrant colors! Just beautiful, Kelli! :)
Ohhh how Breathtaking are those?! What an amazingly beautiful way to end September! Thanks so much for sharing your lovely photos... God bless...~hugs 'n prayers~Pearl
I love you pictures of the morning glories. They some how came up for free in my garden this year. Have a great week.
That first picture in particular really is GLORIOUS!What a talented photographer you are (hub is??)I have not commented in ages but I am still faithfully reading along and marvelling at your ability to savour the seasons as they come along.
Kelli,How beautiful, I wish that they were still blooming here.Love Kerri
Your Morning glories are beautiful ! Sue
What beautiful flowers. I need to plant some Morning Glories next spring. I saw some the other day, climbing an pretty lamp post and it was just beautiful.love, bj
Hi Kelli,Morning glories are so pretty! Beautiful pictures too! Mine have all dried up and shriveled since we haven't had a drop of rain in about 3-4 weeks :-(Manuela
Those morning Glories are gorgeous!!!!
Oh, I love morning glories and your pics of yours are glorious!
Great photos of your beautiful morning glories! There is nothing like this left in my garden. :(But, the leaves are beginning to turn so we'll have glorious color before long.
Beautiful pictures. I love morning glories but never seem to plant them.:)Judy
Hi Kelli,These are amazing photos! I love the deep rich color of the Morning Glories. My Grandmother used to have a very healthy garden of "glory" as she called it. They were beautiful to her, my Grandfather, on the other hand used to plow them up as weeds! What a funny little pair they were. Thanks for sharing!
Your Morning Glories are beautiful. I've been thinking about getting some and after seeing yours it has helped me make a decision - I'm getting them.
Oh these are so pretty! Love your pics and just the beauty of God's creations!Thanks for sharing and hope your have a great day!Beth
Those are beautiful, Kelli!!! And, thanks for reminding me that this is the last day of September. I had no idea. (You just reminded me that I get paid today, lol).
Oh Kelli they ae so pretty. I was actually just thinking about Morning Glories. I finally have a lovely fence for them to climb on. I need a tutorial on planting though. I know nothing about them! I am going to have to come over and see your yard. All the little shots are just so pretty. I especially love your pond. I hope you have a Blessed day. Today I have the baby here and then the vet is coming out to check on the old horse. And I have tons of fabric to wash! Many Blessings,Sherry
Those a breathtaking!
Beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing.
Glorious morning glories! How nice to be greeted by such happy blossoms this morning. Take care.
Oh my! Those are such beautiful photos!! You are very talented! Such beautiful flowers! Hope you are enjoying a beautiful day today!
Those are beautiful!! On my homeschooling blog there are pictures of wild morning glories that we found on our nature walk.I think they are so neat that they open up only in the morning. :)
I love morning glories and your pictures are just beautiful.Thanks for sharing them.~Kim
Hi Kelli,I have a wonderful story about morning glories. My parents always had morning glories around the house growing up. When my father passed away three years ago I had a dream that he came to visit me. The dream was black and white...but he had come and offered me a bouquet of flowers and only one flower was in color in the bouquet and that was the morning glory. :) I remember it being so vibrant! I felt content after that dream...and happy my father had come to visit me. :)Thank you for bringing up that memory. :)Michelle
What beautiful pictures. I am sure the flowers are very pretty in person. Believe it or not, my Irises bloomed again a couple of weeks ago. Of course they are gone now but it was pretty while they lasted. Blessingscrystal
I wake my girls up by calling them Morning Glories.They always remind me of the song:The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases.His mercies never come to an end;They are new every morning, new every morning.Great is Thy faithfulness, O Lord.
The morning glories are beautiful! Colors are lovely. On my sister's birthday,I always say Morning Glory. Her name is Gloria, but I have always called her Glory since childhood. My husband still plows up the morning glories, as weeds. I usually save a few. But they grow wild on our 10 acres. So I guess we are like Deb's grandparents!
Beautiful pictures! I love morning glories. One year we planted them in front so they would grow up the front posts of our porch. It was beautiful, but very messy as the spent flowers would fall onto the concrete porch floor and I felt like I was constantly sweeping them up. We didn't put them there anymore. ;-)
I love how they turn from one shade to another! They are beautiful are look so summery. Hard to believe tomorrow will be Oct!xo
Happy last day of September to you, too! Your beautiful Morning Glory photos are a wonderful way to say goodbye to the month.
The Lord has given us such beauty on the earth. Enjoyed the pictures.
Happy Tuesday to you, Kelli. :)
Thats it! I HAVE to have morning glories next year. They are beautiful and I like how they have changed with the season too.They look so good...I hope they last and last and last...Enjoy this lovely day.Judi
Kelli,Your morning glories are gorgeous!!Love,Heather
They are very pretty. My neighbor has some. I just realized today was the last day of September. 5 more days and Little Package will be 1 year old!!! BOO HOO!!
Your camera takes such wonderful pictures. The flowers are beautiful. It's still in the 80's here and things are still blooming.
My garden is flowering madly and showing no sign of slow down.Its definately getting colder but the flowers are basking in the sunshine as August was a wash out.Wonderful pictures.Clare
You captured it perfectly!
Beautiful...they are such a lovely blue color.
Wow!! Your pictures are absolutely beautiful!
Ahh. I love Morning Glories. My mom won't let me plant any--she says they are weeds. So, I will live vicariously through this post.
I love the beauties of nature--we are so blessed to see it and be in wonder of it--beautiful photography. Julie
Your flowers and photos are absolutely gorgeous. I just love flowers! :)
Kelli,Your morning glories are just lovely. I was driving around yesterday and saw a whole side of someone's home filled with Morning Glories and I thought of you:)Julieann
lovely photos. I plan on planting more at the base of shrubs next year. That way, it will look as though I have blooms during the late summer.
So pretty! Thanks for sharing! :)
How pretty they are! I love the colors.
Those are such beautiful flowers and amazing pictures!
The neighbor has some that overflow into our yard and we are grateful for that. The colors are beautiful and Kelli, those picture are just beautiful.
That top photo is like it's reaching to the sun! I love it.My Wednesday blog is now posted since I'm shutting things down early...You have a gift there from me!
Kelli, these are beautiful. One of my favorite flowers. Your pictures are gorgeous.Blessings,Debbie
Hi Kelli :) What lovely glories! This last day of September is such a special day - it was my mother's bday. Hope that you have had a nice one, too. Love, Q
You pictures are just gorgeous. I really like the close up. It almost looks like a light is shining from the middle of it. Have a great day!
Beautiful! Love that shade of purple!
They are absolutely beautiful.Thanks for sharing.
Wow! I love these pictures! I have one little vine that faithfully blooms every morning on one of my bushes. Flowers are such a blessing.
Kelli,Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful pictures with us. They are truly stunning...your home is also so warm and inviting...your family must so appreciate everything you do!Thanks so much for visiting again!Warm Regards,Susie
Give me a sec. while I catch my breath................Talk about taking my breath away those pretty blossoms "Did It"! Thanks for sharing.Blessings - Debbie
Hi Kelli!Love the beautiful Morning glories! So very lovely to behold!(Going to try to make a few of your cards this evening--at least start them!)Blessings to You!Claudia O.
Mine don't care that it is almost October either, but I am afraid with this cool down that they might start caring! I love their rich color and big blooms. I will miss them.Jenn
Kelli, Your morning glories are so pretty! Mine are still blooming, but the vines look mighty poorly! Love your dining room decorations below! The amber cake plate is my favorite piece! ...and your shelf looks really pretty with the gold hydrangeas! Enjoyed the tour! ~Rhonda :)
Oh, I adore morning glories! My mother always had them trailing along the fence in our back yard. Ah, a nice memory! Lovely post...Kathy
Your morning glories are just beautiful. Enjoy them. Mimi
BEAUTIFUL, Kelli! :-)
Beautiful photos! Looking forward to the new Seasonal Delights- when can we expect another wonderful issue?Kelli- you have inspired me to begin my own blog- I am newbie-- Yours is so fun, I wanted to join in.blessings!gail
Kelli - the pictures just seem to pop off of my screen. The yellow middles glow! Great pics.
Rabbit RabbitHappy October FirstYour journal is lovely.BlessingsI love all the beautiful photographs and all that you post.Love Jeanne
such buitaful flowers. I love nature so much.
Oh, what beautiful shades of purple! Your morning glories are lovely. Purple is my favorite color. :)~Princess S
Kelli, these photos are stunning! I especially appreciate the way you've captured the quality of that beautiful light I love morning glories so much, especially these two varieties.
Yours are GORGEOUS! I have to take a final picture of ours before we move...and they decide to go kaput! Hopefully today! Expect a dedication post, mama! ;o)
KELLI! Your photos are amazing, your glories so vibrant and striking.
beautiful photographs of these lovely flowers.
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