Friday, September 23, 2011

Farewell to Summer

To every thing there is a season ... and the season of Fall is upon us. Even though most of us have endured an unusually hot and dry summer this year, it's kind of sad to see it go.

As a way of bidding farewell to summer, I've created a slideshow of photos from my "Summer Flowers" collection and added the Theme from a Summer Place as background.

I hope you enjoy the slideshow as you reflect on your summer and look forward to the arrival of Fall.

Click to play this Smilebox slideshow


C. M. Designs said...

Beautiful pictures of summer flowers, Janie.. I'd like to save this post and enjoy looking at it during the cold winter months. The way the time has flown by, summer will be here again before we know it.. Best wishes for a happy fall and warm and cozy winter.. Blessings, Charlotte

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Your blog is like a stroll through the park on a spring day, only in this case, it was summer. Loved this, Janie. Love you, too!



Merisi said...

Summer's but a dream now, but you captured it at it's best! Thank you for the memories,

Loui♥ said...

what a wonderfully lighthearted stroll through Summer..the music is one of my favorites scores from a favorite Movie..
I love it!!
thanks for a beautiful farewell..
hugs and smiles..

Cass @ That Old House said...

The lovely Loui shared this with me, and I'm glad she did. Beautiful!
Makes me look forward already to next year.
Adieu, summer!

Dorothy said...

Hi Janie,
Loui♥ shared your End of Summer video with me and I'm so glad she did!!! It was just wonderful! Loved all the pictures and the music.
Then I looked at ALL the photos on your Photography blog. What can I say? Wow! Your subjects are just the kind of things I like to photograph. I rate them all a perfect TEN!
BTW, I live in MS, too! Come and visit my blog Counting My Blessings

Churaipon said...

Dear Janie,

Bravo!! Lovely! Thank you for sharing this wonderful art piece. It is very meaningful, and just the best piece to celebrate one's season of life, mine.

It is just beautiful, and I can't resist to share it with my Thai friends.

Churaipon C. Klaijumlang