Monday, September 20, 2010

Seasons in Thyme

Hello everyone,
I hope you all enjoyed a lovely weekend, We had beautiful sunny weather and I did enjoy the seventy mile yard sale on Saturday. I didn't buy as many treasures as other years but I did get a few things and I enjoyed the hunt. My little treasures will show up in future posts I am sure.
However, I spent some time going through all my photos one rainy day last week and I made these mosaic's to show you parts of our garden in the different seasons. If you would like to enlarge them just click on the pic.
Martha's Garden
Our terrace
Hillside garden- I couldn't find a winter pic of the hillside,probably because it gets so much snow.
The arbor
Our little garden cottage.
I hope you enjoyed seeing the different Seasons in Thyme. Someday,I will do the rest of the garden.

Today, I am joining Cielo at the House in the Roses for Show Off Your Cottage Monday and also Mary for Mosaic Monday at the Little Red House. I know you will enjoy visiting these lovely blogs to see all the inspiration and beauty there.

Thank you for visiting me today,

Carolyn

32 comments:

Willow said...

I love your pictures, they are always inspiring. Thank you for sharing.

Willow

Abby's Garden said...

I love how you've shared glimpses of each season in a mossaic style...it feels like a little journey through time. Beautiful!

Have a lovely week:)

Olivia~ said...

Oh my heavens, these are breathtaking collages. So inspiring and your blog is just gorgeous!
Hugs,
Olivia

La Table De Nana said...

Every season is just beautiful..You live such a beautiful life..I know you make it happen..You do it so well.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Beautiful photos of your garden through the seasons!
I love the changing of time from one season to the next. I don't think I would be able to live somewhere that did not have the 4 seasons and the weather to go along with them.

Debbie

Linda said...

thanks for sharing your beautiful seasons. i love them all except for that white stuff SNOW. But unfortunately it will come soon. Have a great day Carolyn...

A Garden of Threads said...

Lovely picture of scence in the garden through the season. Each mosaic was a journey thru time, thank you for the tour. Have a wonderful week.

milka said...

Wow... wonderful work! And your garden looks beautiful in any season.

Maddy said...

Ciao,
c'è tantissima poesia in ogni foto e in ogni stagione...
...tu hai un dono particolare ♥

Buon inizio settimana!

♥ Maddy

Tina Eudora said...

Beautiful Carolyn! I love the Atlantic Coast and now I remember why....
Tina xo

Pétales de fées said...

C'est très beau cette variation autour des saisons... comme l'avait fait Claude Monet autour de la lumière changeante du jour sur ces meules de foin...
Kiss

Jocelyne's Tea Parties said...

Beautiful Gardens! Takes my breath away. Do you have a gardener or is this something you have done yourself? Which ever you can see the hard work that has been put into it and WOW! what gorgeous results. thank you for sharing. And thank you for the nice comments on my blog and for blessing me with your friendship. God willing, next year I will share pictures of my garden makeover. We have the plans, just not the money, yet.

Hélène GLEHEN said...

As always Carolyn, you give me joy to start my day !
Just beautiful.

♥ Hélène Glehen - a French artist, fond of roses and romantic stuff ♥

It's me said...

How lovely done with the 4 seasons pictures !!...i love it....happy new week love Ria....

Susan said...

Hi Carolyn....Lovely, as always. Susan

Georgianna said...

Another magical tour of your garden and how wonderful to be able to compare its different faces through the year – all beautiful, of course! Thank you for taking the time to put this together – it's just lovely, Carolyn, as everything you do. – g

Cozy Home Scenes said...

Although I always love your flower pictures, I especially enjoyed the winter pictures today. Always something special to me about how pretty homes with snow on them look. Guess it's because here in the south, it's so rare to actually see snow, so it's a treat for me.

Carol said...

Always a joy to see your gardens!

Lavender Cottage said...

It's always nice to see gardens throughout the seasons. This gives one a perspective on change and tells a story of what is happening at each particular time.
Thanks for sharing all your photos Carolyn.
Judith

Heaven's Walk - said...

Seriously.....Carolyn.....it looks like you live inside of a gardening magazine! Your photos always always always take my breath away and I find myself sighing as my eyes take in every single element in your gardens. Ok. I admit. I'm jealous of your house, your gardens, and your talent, girl.... lol! :) And I LUV the four-season photos you shared today!!!

xoxo laurie@heavens-walk

Sherry said...

What a great way to show the amazing changes in your garden through the year. I really enjoy using a mosaic to share pictures. Your post was lovely as always.

Pear tree cottage! said...

Carolyn, PLEASE come and fix my garden just like yours.......(smiles) well I wish you could, it is spring here now and the daffodils are out, the birds are coming back and singing in the pear trees fixing up their nests and making new friends I am sure. Your photos are so wonderful and it was just the nicest moment to sit here and look at them all....thank you for sharing them with this Aussie.....it has been way too long since I last visited you. Lee-ann

Cottage Rose said...

OH my but you have such a beautiful garden,, and home.... I never tire of seeing it.,,, I enjoyed looking at the seasons of change....

Hugs;
Alaura

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

I enjoyed your photos through the seasons. Scary though to see the snow. Brrr.

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

Your garden is beautiful! And I like the garden chairs. It is always nice to visit a fellow gardener.....Julian

Mary Ellen said...

Love the different seasons look to each of your mosaics!! This is a great way to document a garden! I will have to start doing that now only it will be a whole year before I can show each nook off! Oh well, better get started!

bee blessed
mary

Rosy Inspiration said...

Your pictures look great, wonderful to put them next to each other and look at them like that.

Mariette said...

Dearest Carolyn,

That is a great idea for making a seasonal collage of your garden areas! It changes every season in a big way...
Sunny greetings from Georgia,

MariettesBacktoBasics

Sanna said...

Hi Carolyn,

Don´t you just love the change of season all year round? Lovely photos.

Have a nice day,
Sanna

Sheila said...

Your home and the grounds surrounding it are so beautiful. It must have taken years of dedication and work to achieve such a picture perfect storybook environment. Thanks for sharing it all with us.

Pondside said...

What a pretty collection of mosaics for a dreary fall day.

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Isn't it amazing how different the seasons can make in the way our gardens look? Your look pretty in all seasons!~Hugs, Patti