of me, (good grief!) taking pictures of the garden.
Here I am, on the North Quarry Hill, taking pictures of:
Cushion spurge Euphorbia 'First Blush' --fantastic plant still looking great in October!
Trying to get a close-up of:
Rudbeckia volunteer still blooming this late in the season
Moving on to the East Quarry hill and:
The still unnamed aster that flopped, but oh, the bud count!
Wait, I feel like there's something watching me, I think it's something in the salvia:
Oh, it's just Screech, stalking me.
He is such a ham, whenever the wedding parties come here we have to put him in the garage because he insists on being in on the photography. Not too many brides want a black cat in their pictures (or flopped down on their white dresses, either!)
Here I am, getting a good picture of:
Clematis 'Comtesse de Bouchard' STILL blooming almost non-stop since I purchased it earlier this summer. Amazing bloom season, and I'm so glad I finally planted some--even the seed heads are pretty:
Up until this point, I didn't realize Carl was photographing me, but once I did, I returned the favor, and took a picture of my stalker:
Since he was so keen on following me around, I asked him to go and get the ladder from the garage so I could take some 'aerial' photos of the Formal Garden:
And there Carl is, stalking me again!
Paparazzi, they are everywhere, egads.