Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Almost wordless Wednesday!


We've had a wonderful autumn here in England and these are just a few of the wonderful sights I've seen. I'm off to America later this week and then on to my foundation in India, so my next posts will come from abroad. And, thank you all for your fantastic response to my recent berry entry.

I shall be visiting the much-awaited new garden in Naples, Florida next week, so watch this space....
After that, I'll be back in India, where work is progressing well on our hospital project, so please feel free to check out our progress at The Raven Foundation - building has begun and each day sees change - and I shall also be busy at work on our garden there, so will be posting pictures.





21 comments:

  1. That's It. A pink tree. That is all that I needed for today! Now it is blissful sailing.

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  2. Thank you for this almost wordless Wednesday. You have inspired me to do a wordless Wednesday. For me, here in California, it is Tuesday.
    You are so good to do your work in India.
    Last Sunday we had missionaries at our church service talking about their work in Africa. One couple, now retired, talked about their work in Uganda, and how they go back three times a year, because their hearts are in Uganda.
    They are so happy to train Africans to be leaders there.
    Bravo to you!

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  3. These fall colors are gorgeous. We had a good but not spectacular fall showing here, so I've really enjoyed seeing your beautiful pictures.

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  4. Another fabulous post. Your pictures are just stunning, and so very enjoyable. I love the red tree with the carpet of leaves, so nice that they haven't blown away.

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  5. The red tree in the second photo is so attractive. Love the colours of autumn. All your pictures area remarkable. Have a great trip to Florida!

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  6. Pink trees!

    And is that an oak second to last? Its overall shape and position suggests it but the arrangement of branches is interesting - and doesn't. It's lovely whatever it is.

    Lucy

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  7. Beautiful! How blessed you are to be able to see these views in person and to capture them for us all to enjoy as well.

    FlowerLady

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  8. I like the pink tree very much. Thank you for sharing such wonderful photos. Hope you have a great time in India. All the best for the foundation.

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  9. I saw this pic of pink tree on another blog, and now I realized that its also your blog...
    The picture is just so lovely, it deserves to be shown at least twice!

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  10. Safe travels Lottie. Your fall colors are super!

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  11. I can't believe my eyes. The whole tree is a shocking pink. And another one completely covered with gold leaves. Wow! Here's wishing you a safe journey and enjoyable trip.

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  12. Now I can understand the quote about every leaf being a flower! Have a good trip! And I wish The Raven Foundation every success!

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  13. Fabulous photos! I feel blessed to have enjoyed a spectacular autumn here in Ohio and doubly blessed by the photos of fall from all over the world.

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  14. You couldn't be more correct. You most certainly have had a beautiful autumn there. The colors are stunning and vibrant.
    I hope you have safe, pleasant and product travels. Your work in India is so inspiring. You really are all about making this world a better place and I am in you debt for that. We all benefit from your generousity and dedication.

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  15. September and October certainly were glorious and made up for the disappointing summer. Wishing you a safe and productive trip.

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  16. Just SPECTACULAR! Autumn is so ALIVE and WELL! Have a wonderful time and safe travels ;)
    Lynn

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  17. What beautiful autumn photos. I am looking forward to your photos from your upcoming trips. Especially those from India. Happy Travels!

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  18. Stunningly beautiful fall foliage. We will be waiting to hear more about our project.

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  19. Because i haven't seen a real autumn scene, these photos are almost close to the truth. I've seen spring but i think autumn is really magical, and you made them speak for itself. thank you.

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