Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Watery Wednesday # 45


We are back to Lewis Ginter Botantical Gardens. It is a place where you can't stop taking photos so I have lots to share in forthcoming posts. I fell in love with its frog fountain, which is directly inbetween the visitors' entrance and the enormous greenhouse. Sitting on the bench in the middle of the photo is my hubby Gregg. We both agreed we will be visiting these gardens often now that we know they are here.

This post I am dedicating to my daughter-in-law Lisa as she and I share a common interest in our love for the little green guys.




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18 comments:

  1. I love frogs, too, and that fountain is wonderful! Terrific pictures!

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  2. I love frogs too. The clouds in that first shot are fantastic.

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  3. Such a wonderful post!
    Love the froggy fountain, Denise

    ;-) Aloha-

    Comfort Spiral

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  4. Hello dear Denise!
    **** I loved your new profile picture! Beautiful!
    This place is really amazing and the frogs are adorable!
    Thanks for your kind comments and visits in Luna's blog!
    I enjoyed a lot looking the posts about the Aircraft museum and all pictures!
    Ahhh and these wonderful and romantic pictures from your son's weeding! What a happy and special day!The "kiss"picture is outstanding!Thanks for sharing!
    Greetings from Luxembourg
    Léia :)

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  5. great frog fountain and I like the bench behind too

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  6. What a beautiful fountain. I love frogs too. When my students discovered I loved frogs I always got frog type presents at Christmas from them. So my house is full of froggy things.

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  7. You can get a lot of ideas for a garden of your own at places like this. Frogs are hard to find around here. I think global warming has had something to do with their decline.

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  8. An adorable froggy fountain.

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  9. I love this post. Isn't that King Greg in the middle? I am catching up with my blog hopping (just like the froggies here) When I was in elementary school I was teased by my classmates and they call me frog. I did not like it. Now I love frogs! In fact I bought a frog pin in Ventura over the weekend.

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  10. I love all kind of fountains and ponds - when the children gets older we will have a pond in teh garden.

    Really really photos of all the butterflies and intressting to do a tour with all the space and airplane stuff.

    /MB

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  11. Great photos! What a wonderful fountain with the frogs. Gregg looks like he is enjoying himself.

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  12. cute frogs I like those photos, very nice, happy Watery Wednesday to you Denise..

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  13. I don't suppose any flying bugs dare to hover over those waters. ;-)

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  14. Very lovely. Great shots Denise.

    Regina

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  15. Dear Denise, thank you for your thoughts and prayers for me! I believe that they really help when they come from someone who believes and cares.I hear from my sis that your son has got married. I wish they have all the love, happines and health of the world! I wish you soon be a happy grandmother!!!

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  16. Lovely shots Denise!
    I hope everyone enlarges the first one to see the detail of the fence and stone. It must really be beautiful and expansive. The fountain is really large. I like how you captured the two sides of the frog - cute shots. :)

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  17. I would love to have a frog fountain in my yard! But gardens are good too.

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  18. I think that is the best fountain I have ever seen!

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