October 7, 2010

Fall Garden

I'm sad my garden is slowly ending its growing season.  Even though my tomato plants are brown and scraggly, there's still some green in my garden.  My chives are shooting out beautiful blossoms and I found a caterpillar chomping away at my parsley.



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16 comments:

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Great photography!!

Wendy said...

Wow! I agree with Kim, great pictures!!

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

I have never seen a monarch caterpillar in real life. Well, I guess I still haven't but it feels kind of like it did. LOL

Marla @ Always Nesting said...

Your photos are amazing!!

Debbie said...

Beautiful as always Emily!!~

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

Wow - that caterpiller is amazing!! Beautiful photos Emily. :)

gracioushomeliving said...

Your photography skills are amazing. The monarch caterpillar is beautiful. Reminded me of all the year I spent teaching the life cycle of the butterfly to 3rd graders. Our school district provided us with live caterpillars so that we might experience metamorphosis, hands-on! So beautiful.

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

beautiful photo! love the caterpillar ones! thanks for sharing. have a great weekend!
xo
fitty

the cape on the corner said...

aww, gorgeous!

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coloursandphotographs said...

great photography!! thanks for sharing.. i love coming back to your blog and check all your wonderful shots!

Alisa said...

Beautiful pics Emily!!!

alissa said...

Beautiful Emily! It's so nice to still see some green out there! Do you have a macro lens?

Greta said...

Oooh, pretty pics! Always sad when the garden winds down. I think that's a parsleyworm. We've ended up with a few of them as pets :)

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

That's a great photograph--so clear! I guess we have to put up with a little chomping so we can see the butterflies later! Linda

Erin said...

Great shots....love the black swallowtail caterpillar. He was probably going to make a chrysalis not too long after that shot. Normally they are green but every once in awhile you will find the black. They are beautiful!

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