Such lovely inspiration!Thank you for your sweet visit.Mary Alice
Oh my is this a plant you couldn't leave outside to die? And it will reward you with its weak breath and anemic growth? I too have such a one in my dining room window. And I love it's tiny flowers. We saved each other through this frigid winterNice post again
I can picture the serenity of the scene you describe. Early morning is my favorite time. I love your image. We have a zonal geranium that we brought in for the winter. There's not enough winter light for it to bloom, but I'm enjoying the "aliveness" of it, nevertheless. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving kind words behind. It brought me to your lovely blog. So very peaceful here. It looks like you live in a beautiful place. Water always soothes my spirit. xo ~ Nancy
Lovely to see the green! I've been debating the purchase of a plant or two - seems odd given how frigid it is outside....but seeing this I'm thinking YES! The added green inside would be wonderful!
So pretty! I love the watercolor look.
Such a happy piece; love the editing on this shot....
Gorgeous watercolor! Can't wait until I have scented geraniums in the garden again! Thanks for sharing with SYC.hugs,Jann
Deep peace of the running wave to you.Deep peace of the flowing air to you.Deep peace of the quiet earth to you.Deep peace of the shining stars to you.Deep peace of the gentle night to you.Moon and stars pour their healing light on you