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August 1, 2012

 

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Happy 1st of August.  Time to participate in the August Break.   Join us.

 

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Comments

My favourite colour.
Judith
Pamela Gordon said…
Great shot. Happy August to you!
aprille said…
Hello there Valerie,
How good to get a visit through the August party.
'Snap' for the sandy soil: a bother but also a boon. You have tried geraniums I suppose? [ not the Pelargonium]. They grow by the square yard without any help nor hindrance from me :-)
Lisa Gordon said…
Beautiful simplicity, Valerie.
Happy August to you, my friend!!
xo.
Kelli said…
This is so lovely... I love August.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. :)

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