Blizzicane Nemo Porch Photos for Saint707

Aloha New Dawn ©KIm Smith 2011 copy

Hello Saint707–I don’t have the same view in all four seasons as the Blizzicane Nemo wintry porch view that was posted this morning, but found these from June 2011–same porch, same rose bushes.  As I am not planning to venture further than my porch this afternoon, I thought we may all benefit from a glimpse today of spring yet to come.

Gloucester©Kim Smith 2011

Rosa Aloha ©KIm Smith 2011 copy

Rosa ‘Aloha’

About Kim Smith

Currently creating documentary films about the Monarch Butterfly, Black Swallowtail Butterfly, and Gloucester's Feast of St. Joseph. Landscape designer for the Gloucester Harbor Walk Gardens. Designer, lecturer, author, illustrator, photographer. Visit my blog for more information about my landscape and interior design firm- kimsmithdesigns.wordpress.com. Good Morning Gloucester daily contributor. Author/illustrator "Oh Garden of Fresh Possibilities! Notes from a Gloucester Garden"
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12 Responses to Blizzicane Nemo Porch Photos for Saint707

  1. Sista Felicia says:

    Kim…Thank you…. I really needed that…<3

  2. saint707 says:

    Oh wow! It is even prettier than I anticipated! What great pics to post on a snowy day (especially for all of you in the northeast). It is a reminder of things to come. I can see a montage of snowy/summer pics juxtaposed in a frame. Thanks Kim for sharing. I am amazed by the Gloucester flowers.

  3. beautiful photos, how lovely to look at

  4. Bill says:

    That just made me feel so hopeful. Great pics at a perfect time.

  5. Kim Smith says:

    Thank you Bill–it won’t be long until spring has sprung–we can look at all the snow and know it creates a protective blanket for the perennials and roses!

  6. Jeanne Smith says:

    Thanks, Kim, for such a beautiful photo. I love all four seasons but in mid February those roses are a beautiful reminder of what’s ahead!

  7. kathy says:

    Beautiful roses and I also love your door and porch light fixture. Very different.

    • Kim Smith says:

      Many thanks Kathy–the door i found at a selvage yard in Boston, but have since seen it on several homes that were built around 1920. The porch light is a vintage lucky find and is called a Moravian star–and it is identical to the one my grandparents had on their porch. There are reproductions available.

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