Tuesday, February 15, 2011

2/16 - Outdoor Wednesday # 110

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It’s time for “Outdoor Wednesday”. Learn more about “Outdoor Wednesday” HERE

1. POST your outdoor photos and the Outdoor Wednesday logo/button on your blog and link back to  http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/ so that others will be able to find all the links to other Outdoor Wednesday posts.

Reminder: Do NOT link in until after your post is up.

2. Add your Name and the Permalink to your post (NOT your general blog address) in “Mr. Linky”. For help with permalink see HERE

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It was a beautiful day here today. I had to run a few errands so I took my camera with me to see what was blooming. Pansies seemed to be the flower everywhere…but they were pretty .. and remind me Spring is around the corner!

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HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PARTICIPANTS:

46 comments:

  1. Good afternoon, after tracking down the story of the gates, and having outdoor pictures of some of the remaining open land in the city of Lilburn in Gwinnett county, I decided to link it here to Outdoor Wednesday. This particular post is a followup to the post the preceded it.
    Hope you all are having lovely weather to be outdoors.

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  2. That looks like that lovely outdoor Mall in Macon. We go there occasionally when we're in town. I love their sculptures! Loving these gorgeous days! Thanks for hosting!
    Kathy

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  3. What beautiful flowers! I love to see the sunshine and the colors of spring. Hurray for an early spring!

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  4. purple pansy's are my favorites! Aren't you glad for the break in the weather? I worked in my garden today - getting ready for spring. yay!

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  5. Those R such beautiful colors. Luv the sunshine and today the sun is shining in Phoenix, AZ.

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  6. Blue and yellow pansies are a beautiful combination. Thank you for sharing

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  7. Oh!
    your lovely pictures are such a surprise -
    it's not like that in Connecticut.
    Not yet....

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  8. I love pansies. I just love flowers and I can't wait (although I'll have to) to have them back in bloom in our part of the country. We could use a bit of color!

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  9. Land a goshen! Petunias already outside. Love your petunias! It must be nice to live in Georgia. In the Chicagoland area we just encountered a Blizzard and we are now experiencing a February warm up. Keep your fingers and toes crossed that the Ground Hog said we would have an early Spring. I'm ready for Spring!
    Joyce M

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  10. It's all white and brown up here in New England. So I am envious of all these colors! Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Thanks so much for hosting.....i posted my garden post earlier so i could join in earlier..xoox

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  12. Thanks for sharing the pretty flowers. I love pansies and have been so tempted to buy some the last couple of days. Around here tho, you never know which direction the temps will go in another week.
    Thanks for hosting again - You are appreciated.

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  13. Hi, I'm a new follower who came by because of Tracie at Fishtail Cottage. I'm so glad she told us about you. :o) I posted early too..so I could join you. I live in the Sam Houston National Forest and loving taking photos of our country home and the forest for my 'Southern' homemaking blog. I post an outdoor post every week and would love to send my readers your way. :o)

    Thanks for hosting!

    Donna @ Comin' Home

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  14. I love that bright blue! It's so gray and stormy here today, any colorful flowers would be welcome. Thanks for sharing your beautiful scenery with us, and thanks for always being the perfect hostess!!
    xo
    Heidi - Heart and Home

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  15. PS. I LOVE your photos! And your blog is really lovely.

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  16. Lovely gardens and pansies in your city, Susan. I keep meaning to take my camera on everyday errands!

    Happy Outdoor Wednesday and a very pleasant week.
    Jan
    (50+ and Loving Life)

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  17. Pansies are always good. Especially in that bright sunlight!

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  18. So wonderful to see that at least in some ways Spring is on its way. Gorgeous !!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  19. I love this post. I haven't seen pansies since I was in Europe. Thanks for reminding me of them.

    Have a nice day, Boonie

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  20. Susan,
    These are lovely.
    I just put up my post for Outdoor Wednesday.
    Thank you for hosting this fabulous meme.
    ~celine

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  21. Blogger friend Celine JS helped me find this site. Put in my post. Trust you like it. http://bittenbythephotobug.blogspot.com/2011/02/outdoor-on-wednesday.html

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  22. Just linked up for my first visit of 2011! Pansies are one of my favourite winter flowers and we planted some this year in troughs they have done well. Now off to visit some other participants.

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  23. Most of blogs recently have all be about the outdoors and getting ready for spring and summer months...I hope everyone enjoys Sheds, flowers, garden tools, garden scripture, garden signs, terracotta pots, wheel barrows, and more at Mel's Cabin.

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  24. Ho lovely to see pansies in bloom. As you can see in my post today we won't be seeing them for a while. Pam

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  25. The color combination's there are really beautiful. Definitely looks like spring is on it's way.

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  26. The pansy's are beautiful!

    HEY!..IS ANYONE ELSE EXPERIENCING PROBLEMS READING ALL THE BLOGS LINKED-UP!..OR IS IT JUST ME AND MY COMPUTER???
    ~JO
    LazyonLoblolly

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  27. Thank you for hosting....I love your photos such beautiful flowers. I'm so ready for spring, we still have freezing temperatures and snow on the ground.
    Happy Oudoor Wednesday!

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  28. what beauty is in those flowers I have yet to see spring flowers here as of yet but I am sure they are coming soon

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  29. Wow, you guys are lucky. It is snowing here. Have a wonderful day, and thanks for hosting Outdoor Wedensday,

    Kathy

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  30. The flowers are a refreshing change. I'm anxious for Spring. We are getting into the 70's again, but I'm so afraid that it's just another teaser, and that it will snow again.
    Thanks for hosting another lovely outdoor party!

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  31. gorgeous photos!
    am so ready for spring..
    but snow is in the forecast for the weekend..
    enjoy your beautiful day..
    warmest hugs..
    Loui♥

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  32. Hi, Thanks so much for hosting out door Wednesday. I went forward a few months and found a picture of the pond behind my little cottage in the summer time. I can dream about what it will be like once the snow is gone. Sharon K

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  33. Pansies are one of my favorite winter-spring flowers...I do love their cousins...the violas too!

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  34. I love pansies! Those are gorgeous and have vibrant colors.
    Mine are doing well with the rain and snow we've had. We have a beautiful week of sunshine to make them look even better.

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  35. Pansies are the last to hold on in the cold here. Unfortunately, even they have faded away. But, I'm beginning to see the daffodils and hyacinths start to poke their heads through the brown earth. YIPPEE!

    Thanks for hosting. Be sure to stop by and enter my giveaway. And I would love to have you join me for my linky party, as well.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  36. OH... I'm so ready for spring! Love the colors!

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  37. Pansies are such happy flowers...they're always smiling! They're in full bloom here, too.

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  38. I love the cheerful, little kitty faces on pansies! And some even smell wonderful!
    Blessings!

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  39. Thanks for hosting outdoor wednesdays! Just posted still winter whites.
    Have a great weekend!
    ~ Julie

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  40. So beautiful, Susan!...Christine

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  41. Wow, it is beautiful there but so cold here.

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  42. Nice photos, I like Spring and I like see flowers, but at me is cold and the rain. :(


    Really nice blog and I invinite to my blog -> www.kyodays.blogspot.com

    Greetings from Poland, -> "I hope to "see" you again"!! :)

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