Mother Nature’s time to relax

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Fall Entrance RS

Does this photo look familiar? Hopefully it should —  my header?? 😉

Yes, this is the same spot I love to visit and walk– only this visit was in  Autumn this year.

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I think of Mother Nature like I would any typical contemporary woman– she has tons on her plate.

 

Front Summer RS

In Summer there is pressure here for sure— there is much expected  and she wants to  look her best.

Break out the best dress!  The colorful eye shadows and of course just the right touch of blush in the cheeks.

Bridge RS

Or it’s like putting on the best for your family or boss — nothing goes unnoticed, every detail is perfection.

MR P summer dressing RS

Even Mrs. MR. P… (you remember her  Him don’t you?) As you can see I had my late night Brain Freeze and thanks to commenters I have corrected my gender error 🙂 

Then there’s Autumn… or FALL…

Mother Nature worked hard all summer long (ran the kids to every summer camp and picnic possible) so she needs a much needed rest.

 She was the first NATURAL BEAUTY– only with out her make up on. Still gorgeous with out all the trappings.

Fountain view RS

She is excited to have the days shorter so she can kick off the high heels and put on her Tennies!

Fall Bridge RS

She can relax and curl up in her jammies and read a good book… even cook some comfort food.

Mr P RS

And she doesn’t have to ask ANYONE– if her butt looks fat in these jeans!  (well, if I imput He / Him in for Her then the joke isn’t funny any more 🙁   (Dont you just HATE when that happens??)

Back to Funny School 101 I go!!  — For those of you who have asked where this garden is — Salt Lake City.

 It’s another fantastic Wednesday. Come celebrate with others over at A Southern Daydreamer.

Also Beverly at How Sweet the Sound with Pink Saturday.

Here’s to hoping your Fall is a relaxing and much needed rest– just know you are still beautiful!

TTFN~~ Claudia  ♥ ♥

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November 17, 2009 at 11:52 pm | Outdoor Wednesday | 33 comments

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33 responses to “Mother Nature’s time to relax”

  1. JSELEP says:

    Hello!  Question 1:  Where is that beautiful garden?
    Note 2:  I believe Mrs. P is really Mr. P, in drag, perhaps, but nevertheless, Not a Mrs.

  2. carolynUSA says:

    Yes…that is NOT Ms. P!  What beautiful gardens these are!  I love the color and meticulous care they get.  I would love to know where they are…

  3. Jane says:

    What a beautiful place!  Each season has its own beauty…and you have captured it.
    Jane (artfully graced)

  4. Ebie says:

    Lovely place and it looks so enchanted!

  5. Joyce M says:

    Fantastic summer and fall photographic series.    Yes, where is this garden?
    Joyce M

  6. sailor says:

    These are blissful to the eyes!
     

    We drove around to see the <a href=”http://www.sailorsmusings.com/2009/11/natures-beauty.html”>natur e’s beauty</a> last week, please come and see!

  7. Riet says:

    Beautiful series of photo’s . That bird looks gorgeous.

  8. B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L!!

    Okay, I’m with everyone else, where in Salt lake City is this. I don’t recongnize it.

    Have a great day!
    Stop by my blog when you get a chance, I have a giveaway going!

  9. Cindy says:

    These pics are so beautiful I could stare at them all day long!  Happy Wednesday~  Cindy

  10. Eileen says:

    Beautiful gardens. your photos are awesome. I would like to walk around these gardens myself, what a lovely place.

  11. Kathy says:

    What a fun post! These photos are amazing, this place really does look like an enchanted garden. And great job getting the pictures of the peacock, he is gorgeous!

  12. Sally says:

    Claudia, I’d choose to visit that garden often if I lived in the area; what a beautiful spot. I love Mr. P’s beautiful blue! I hope you have a great day.

  13. chubskulit says:

    What a paradise, I would love to take for a walk the whole day there..
     
    Please chack out our <a href=”http://www.mycountryroads.com/2009/11/our-last-road-trip-1.html” >last road trip</a> here in Korea.

  14. wow – what an exquisite spot – I’ve been to SLC several times and have never seen anything like this. Where is it?! I want to take a walk around, too!
    Charming post.

  15. Hootin' Anni says:

    I can see why you love it there….the bridge with the willow behind it is just stunning!!!
     
    My Outdoor Wednesday is the continuation from last week’s venture…today, what we bought.

    <a href=”http://hootin–anni.blogspot.com/2009/11/this-is-continuation-fro m-last-weeks.html”>The Peddler Show</a>

    Happy Wednesday wishes to you.

  16. What a beautiful place.  I have never been to Salt Lake City, but if I ever get to go, I want to see this place.  It has a storybook feel.  Your photos are gorgeous…..as usual!  Thanks for sharing them.

  17. Tracy says:

    OMW!!  I really need to visit Salt Lake City!  I would love to visit this garden in person.   For now I will visit via your beautiful photos. 

    Thank you for sharing it with us.  As usual, I love the commentary!

    ~ Tracy

  18. Mary says:

    What an enchanting place to visit. I’m so glad we got to see it through your eyes. Have a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday.

  19. What a beautiful place!  You did a great job of photographing it also.  Would love to go walking there, especially when the flowers were in bloom.  What is the building used for and was it someone’s home at one time?

  20. ldh says:

    I thought your joke was funny and… your pictures beautiful!

  21. Mary Anne Komar says:

    Please please tell us how you enhanced the photo’s, so we can do it too!!!!!  They are just beautiful! Happy Thanksgiving!

  22. bj says:

    That place looks like it is right out of a movie!!
    Just stunning….

  23. LaVoice says:

    These are really pretty  pictures.  What a lovely area and one I would like to visit.  I truly enjoyed my trip to this park. Thanks for your comment.

  24. Susan says:

    What a gorgeous place!  I can see how you would love to visit any chance you can.  Thanks for sharing this beautiful photos.

  25. anita says:

    This is a beautiful place and your pictures capture it so vividly.   Love the up-close of the peacock!

  26. Teresa says:

    THat garden is picture perfect!  So pretty

  27. Pat says:

    What a gorgeous place Claudia!  It looks like  afairt tale come true!

  28. Pat says:

    …and of course I meant to say “fairy tale”  …sorry .. I guess it’s time I pack it in for the night!  🙂

  29. Carly says:

    Beautiful picture that look like they are right out of a fairy tale.  I love the gate

  30. What a gorgeous place with lovely pinks!  Thanks for sharing and Happy Pink Saturday 😉
    Hugs and blessings,

  31. Sheila says:

    Claudia, this is just a breathtaking scene in all its incarnations, and I adore that peacock!  I also love the fact that the bridge has that beautiful color… it looks smashing with the pinks.

    No wonder you love to visit there!

    XO,

    Sheila 🙂

  32. char says:

    Oh my gosh, those pictures are just gorgeous. Happy Pink Saturday, Char

  33. Maelka-64 says:

    It´s look like a very special place. Lots of beatiful flowers. I suppose, that you enjoy very much visiting there. Have a nice day and thank you for visitig my blog.

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