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Jennifer Giles 28-Apr-2014 18:23
Hi Missy, you so kindly invited me to visit your garden maybe ten or twelve years ago when I was just starting to garden. You gave me one of the beautiful begonias named for you which I kept and grew and passed on until about two years ago when it didn't survive a move. I'd love to be in touch again.
Caroline 23-Mar-2014 04:30
My first visit. Most beautiful roses!
Caroline Burke Ventura Ca.
sandy moore 27-Feb-2014 21:27
missy, from sandy, I do not have your telephone number. this has been a very bad week for me and I wanted to see
you. my e-mail is sondra.moore@yahoo.com or call me at 714 525-4624
blizzard16-Oct-2013 17:44
missie where have you gone to ??missing you John
Jerry Quell 03-Jun-2013 22:57
In 1997 I moved from L A to Minnesota. I sold off all my greenhouse staghorns at the yearly sale in Arcadia. I'm no longer a member of the society but I have brought with me several ferns. They do not do as well here as in So. Cal. As they are now 20+ years old (I started them from spores), the shield fronds are becoming smaller with each new growth. So here is my question... can I cut back the old dead shield fronds or do anything else to encourage larger growth of the new shield fronds? Thank you in advance for helping me preserve my fern friends.
Jerry Quell
Cene 20-Mar-2013 01:59
What a cool chick you are !!! Been lost in your garden for a whole now- Totally grateful for all your hard work in putting this together to share- Truly a work of art - LOVE IT!
Beth 30-Dec-2012 05:21
Hello Missy, I stumbled upon your photos while trying to find images of Lordly Onernon. It took me awhile to realize you also are in so. Ca. I am in Long Beach so I knew the roses you grow would work for me as well. Absolutely enjoyed your photos. I cannot imagine having a lot large enough for 400 roses. Your shots are incredible. Thank you.
Cathy 12-May-2012 04:15
I would love to send you pictures of the Angelwing and Dragonwings that I have to help establish the actual name. I absolutely adore these plants and have some for as long as 8 years. Will send pictures tomorrow. Thanks so much!
gsytch24-Mar-2012 01:39
Love your pics of begonias! I am the Horticultural Correspondent for the American Begonia Society and would like to use them in some publishing to promote begonias. I am also a hobby grower and middle school teacher, who sells here at my home in Tampa Bay,FL and occasionally online. If anyone is looking for begonias, I grow many varieties seldom seen all year. This is just on the side, as my job keeps me plenty busy. I am so glad to see begonias get promoted! Thank you. Greg
Marcia Torruella 27-Dec-2011 00:16
Miss, Where in the world did you find these fantastic ferns ??!! Do you have a contact for a seller ? Purpose for writing ~ First page of your photo gallery, item (picture number I think) is : P50300462.JPG ~ if this furn has GREEN Rhizomes, that spread out like the Rabbits Foot, it is probably a Polypodium formosanum. The foliage looks like it. I have been in love with this fern since the early 70's.I hope y ou are still on line. I would LOVE to talk to you. Reply if you can.
Marcia
vondasalyers 27-Oct-2011 23:24
hi missy just wondering trying to remember flowers my mother always put around her garden they were talk stocks with red velvet blooms that were in bunches if you know what i am talking about iwould sure love to know thanks vonda
jane 04-Aug-2011 02:07
just passingby. your garden is absolutely beautiful. great galleries of family. i am jane fr ny upstate. also loves gardening. thanks for posting your beautiful flowers. love it. again, many thanks.
Grant Davis 20-Jan-2010 20:44
Hey Missy,
It was great to meet you this weekend at the garage sale. You have some amazing photographs on here. I especially like some of your Praying Mantis shots and the Insect and Spider gallery. Here is a link to some of my images: www.flickr.com/photos/marrowblack/ If you get a chance let me know what you think.
Dale19-Dec-2009 21:01
Dale

Thanks Missy. All your photos are stunning!. I especially like the treatment of the flowers on the black background.
Michelle 27-Nov-2009 17:54
Beautiful garden - Are you aware there has been an alert to gardeners that the praying mantis we are seeing today are cross breeds from a larger more agressive species and have actually become a danger in the garden - eating a huge amount of bees and now a threat to humming birds? Found one eating one of my favorite hummers and it broke my heart. No longer allow them in my yard.
skhin02-Aug-2009 11:56
Beautiful gardens only fond memories of my boyhood. Thanks, Missy.
Lúcio Neto16-Jul-2009 01:02
The Photograph is not alone Art…
it is Technique, it is Communication, it is Amusement, it is Discovery and the Pleasure to see and to execute.
All it implies a world to know that before the end item, she passes for the conception of the photographic machine with the mechanisms that command the time of exposition of the sensible layer, the illustrious representative objective of one without number of applications of the laws of the optics, such as the combination of convergent and divergent lenses in order to eliminate the some optic aberrations, the support of the sensible layer with all the application of chemistry, the system measurer of the illumination as converter of the luminous energy in electric energy, the treatment of impressed emulsions after, the revelation with its proper chemistry, the treatment of the image with the introduction of artistic techniques with the purpose to correct high lights or shades of form to get a harmonious image or then for the opposite to strengthen
“defects” of the photograph in order to obtain
special effects.
The Photograph has the precision of mathematics e
the “anarchy” of the artist.
At last a world discovered with still
much to discover.
This is before, today what it remains?
I know that still very, but without the enchantment of not knowing itself what it goes to leave, of not being able itself to correct in the hour, in the anxious wait of the results, a world of uncertainties…

Lúcio Neto
Zaid Kurdi09-Jul-2009 13:42
Dear Missy,
Hope you are fine,i cant describe my feelings when i saw your sweet message.....thanks alot for your honest feelings.....Some people we cant see them in real life but they are in our heart's all the Time....you draw a big smile on my face when i saw your message....thanks again and again....your friendship means alot for me......
Best Regards,
Zaid
Ken Pearce 21-Jun-2009 16:03
Hi, I've been searching unsuccessfully for a Begonia Gehrtii to buy. Do you know where I can find one.

Thanks,
Ken
josef 10-Jun-2009 23:40
Wondering if you can help me. I have had this huge bleed heart begonia (don't know what kind) but it is 4 feet tall, a family heirloom plant over 50 years old and recently upon moving from Kentucky to California or maybe from the wrong fertilizer it dropped all it's leaves. Now, though I see what looks like powery while mildew on some of the notches of the cains. What is wrong? You may email me back at josefkirchner @ yahoo. com

Thanks,
Josef
josef 10-Jun-2009 23:40
Wondering if you can help me. I have had this huge bleed heart begonia (don't know what kind) but it is 4 feet tall, a family heirloom plant over 50 years old and recently upon moving from Kentucky to California or maybe from the wrong fertilizer it dropped all it's leaves. Now, though I see what looks like powery while mildew on some of the notches of the cains. What is wrong? You may email me back at josefkirchner @ yahoo. com

Thanks,
Josef
Donna & Brian Fry 25-May-2009 02:27
Today we planted 2 Cecile's and are hoping to get the Bower built in the next couple of weeks. Your garden has given us inspiration to cover our neighbor's HUGE covered "garage type structure" that sits right next to our property line. We hope the gift of roses will climb all over that structure, bringing us joy, good smells and a little hide away in amongst the greenery. Thank you for the directions!!!!
Theresa 06-May-2009 18:03
Beautiful pics as always!!!
Guest 21-Mar-2009 00:30
Thank you for your instructions for the rose bowers. It's just what we're needing in our little yard, and it should fit into our budget really well. Finding your site was a blessing today. Thank you!
Dorothy Marsh 11-Feb-2009 00:24
Hi Elda,
Your gardenwhimsy pages are delightful. You are an excellent photographer! ....... Dorothy
piyush 11-Dec-2008 14:02
hi asma im piyus parmar froom gujrat
Toncho Rusev18-Nov-2008 10:02
Thank you for your comments
Jess 04-Oct-2008 05:34
I just wanted to say that I enjoyed your pictures. I also thought it was cool seeing pcitures of things I see on a daily basis... like some of the homes in your "Some Things That I Like"/ "Interesting Houses In Southern California" album. tc
quiqui21-Aug-2008 12:21
dear missy, i have had an angel wing for at least 4 years in its original pot. i moved it into a larger pot with new soil----and everything went to pot. all of the leaves went limp and pale, somewhat shriveled. the canes are about 3 ft long, twisted and supported by plastic sticks. i am not really a gardner, but i love my plant. any words of wisdom would be helpful. thank you, qui qui
Holocau12-Jul-2008 05:59
I'm so glad I bumped into your work!
Sue Trotter 04-May-2008 01:11
I am looking for a plant to give my friend who recently lost her Mum, whom we all called "Miss Kitty". I stumbled upon your website and I wonder if you can help me to obtain this plant. I live in Ontario, Canada. Thanks so much!
Sue
J are29-Apr-2008 15:55
Truly a very inspiring collection of very well done photography. The best collection and photos of flowers I've seen. Thanks for sharing your corner...
Annia 27-Apr-2008 19:02
Hello, Thank you for posting your pictures. I am so lucky to bump into them. I am currently building my first substantial rose garden - new landscaping for nearly a half acre in Encino. I am certainly inspired by your garden - is you garden in a warm valley area? Or do you enjoy cool coastal weather? Thanks Again!
Alina24-Mar-2008 21:26
Thank you for visiting and your kind words! Great photos here as well! Cheers!
Alina
evelyn weidner 18-Mar-2008 19:39
Great site. I am working on my talk for the Master Gardeners Seminars. I want to use the picture of your lath house patio to show off cane begonias. I'll give you the credit. OK?
Thanks Evelyn Weidner
sherwood frazier02-Mar-2008 13:12
Thank you for the comment, it is an inviting place to walk. This place is about 30 minutes from where I live and I drive up thru these little one lane dirt roads a lot during the fall shooting photos. At the end of this lane is a beautiful 200+ year old New England Cape style home with a wonderful view of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. I love your gardens, what great shots you have pulled out of those beautiful places. I have a lot of flower and veggie gardens and have considered doing a gallery of my flower photos. Take care of those great gardens and enjoy that wonderful family you have. I'll be back to view the galleries again, especially the flower galleries, as the winters snows pile up here in NH. Best, Sherwood.
Stephanie 02-Mar-2008 00:57
Wow! What beautiful plants and photos! I came across your site looking for a feverfew photo and found yours.(Naturally I had to look at the rest of your pics.) Anyway, I need one for a product label for a little home business that's just beginning. Unfortunately it's Feb and my feverfew, of course, is not is bloom. Can I use yours? Thanks either way!
Prabhu 20-Feb-2008 10:41
Missy, you've an excellent garden & good photos! - amazing varieties... will keep someone wondering about the secret garden collections ;0). Great!, PC
SageCreek Images15-Feb-2008 17:05
Thanks missy I appreciate your nice comments on my images...
Darbowski06-Feb-2008 17:14
Merci de ta visite et de tes commentaires, j'aime beaucoup tes galeries et je reviendrai régulièrement les visiter !
Zaid Kurdi05-Feb-2008 11:24
Hi Missy,
I would like to thank you for sharing all of this beauty,Excellent work realy,
and im lookingforward to see more,
Regards,
Zaid
missy_gardenwhimsy03-Feb-2008 22:34
TO ALL OF YOU WHO HAVE POSTED HERE..... thank you for your comments! I really appreciate that you have taken time to leave a message! Peace and best wishes to all of you!
missy_gardenwhimsy03-Feb-2008 22:29
Hi Suz, Thank you for your lovely comments! I am so glad that you found a photo of Trachelium that you had been looking for! Most of my flower photos are shots of the entire bloom so that they can be used for identification. Best wishes...Missy
Rosemarie Kusserow03-Feb-2008 12:27
Thanks for your kind comments on my shots Missy, I wish you a nice sunday, regards, Rosemarie :o)
SageCreek Images31-Jan-2008 16:21
Many thanks for your nice comment on my owl image.
Marti Olsen 31-Jan-2008 04:32
What lush garden photos!! It is difficult to belive your garden is in Southern California. I very much enjoyed your photos. Many of your roses I have in my garden called, "Martha's Song."

It appears your garden has been established for some time. I've been working on mine for nearly 18 years!!

Thank you for a great show on your website and I'm not even finished yet!

Marti Olsen, Albany, Oregon
Emmie Gray25-Jan-2008 06:56
Come on - you know Eden just grows itself!
Me teach you on roses, ha - that's rich!
We have to get together. i will call.
We should stop meeting like this. 8-)
Gail Chapple14-Jan-2008 13:25
Thankyou Missy for your compliments on my gallery..I can see by viewing your photos that we have similar interests and I will keep posted. You have a wonderful connection with nature's true beauty.
LaRene Gaunt14-Dec-2007 16:20
Missy, Your site is a place of healing and nurturing and beauty where even the spiders are welcome. Thanks for letting me wander your garden, pet your kitties, and view with interest your magnificent spiders. It really has made me feel better as I recover from my knee replacement. LaRene
Rosemarie Kusserow14-Dec-2007 15:56
Thanks for your kind comments on my landscape shots, I´m glad you liked them, I wish to you and yours Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Guest 01-Dec-2007 13:16
Many Beautiful Flowers.... Love the rich colors and light. Keep them coming.
SageCreek Images30-Nov-2007 14:05
Many thanks for all your nice comments on my images, they are much appreciated...
Maurizio Tintori31-Oct-2007 15:22
Thank you for your kind words!
It was a wonderful trip for all of us and climbing the peak was something in addition, but safe.
If you'd like to have info, do not hesitate to contact me.

P.S.very beatufil the pictures of your garden, and beautiful cats too.
My compliments!
Fabienne07-Oct-2007 20:01
Bonsoir Missy, je viens de parcourir vos galeries et je suis tombée sous le charme de vos photos. Elles sont faites avec beaucoup de sensibilité et de savoir-faire. Un grand bravo. Fabi
Guest 20-Jun-2007 07:35
Awesome photo gallery.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:17
Your photos have really made my day. Thank you.
YNW25-Dec-2006 17:35
hi, dear Missy,
Merry Christmas and Happy new year!!!!!

Loves
Yanan
Peter James 22-Oct-2006 14:39
Hi,
Do you have a rose in your garden by the name of, " Bethany Grace.??" I'm trying to find a live sample to plant in memory of a special little girl of the same name. I'd appreciate any help. Contact me at, atey7f@bigpond.com.au
Cheers, Peter.
LisaSeace 26-Sep-2006 17:21
Hi again flower lovers. I am the person looking for asparagus diflexis seeds. This is my email.
LisaSeace@ebold.com
Guest 26-Sep-2006 17:13
Hi all you flower lovers. I have been trying to find seed for asparagus diflexis for a very lon time. Western Garden book calls it Asp. crispus or Asp. scandens deflexus, "hanging basket". No matter what I call it, I can't find any seeds. I was thrilled to find this picture. Does any one know where to find the seeds? Thanks in advance.
Guest 03-Sep-2006 15:42
Now I thought I had a lot of angel wing begonias! Wow, you have a ton. I collect them from wherever I can get them (ebay, Logee's, etc). My husband, kids, dogs,...etc all know that there will be trouble if anyone messes with my angel wing plants. Thanks for taking the time and interest to post pics of the angel-wings!

Marisa
Guest 03-Aug-2006 21:42
Hello Missy!
I am searching for an image of Asparagus retrofractus, and I noticed you have two shots posted. Would you be willing to let our company use them on plastic plant labels? We do pay for images. Please let me know. We do have a spam blocker, so just please follow the directions given to get thru to my email.
Sue Vargas
svargas@mastertag.com
Thanks!
Patricia 22-Jul-2006 10:11
You have an outstanding good and well structured site. I enjoyed browsing through it
emili@gmail.com 26-May-2006 07:29
Brilliant. Freaking brilliant. Ian Schwartz.
Sudha 18-May-2006 21:33
Hi
Do you grow the Jacques Cartier you took a picture of? Would you be willing to share where you purchased your plant?
Lee Dewsnap 10-May-2006 17:28
Hi,

What gorgeous photos. I am an artist and would love to paint some of your photos in large oils, would you sell some prints to me? I am living in the middle East and there are no roses here unfortunately and I have a great desire to paint some :-)
a293d22fe4@lpv.lv 19-Apr-2006 10:18
Fabulous site.
Robin Kelm 14-Apr-2006 12:15
Missy,

Thanks for sharing your online photo album. I love your pictures, especially the roses and the cats!

Thanks,
Robin
David Chauvin29-Mar-2006 00:07
Hi Missy,,,,I'm glad you enjoyed visiting my galleries for a taste of south Louisiana. After browsing your galleries, I can see your love of nature through in your images. Best Regards,,,,David
Cedric Pirsoul26-Mar-2006 17:19
Hello Missy, it has been a great pleasure to enter in your little world ...
I really love your roses pictures and garden too...
you've got the big chance to live in great part of the world I already visited 3 times ...San diego sould not be far from U ...
thanks to have visited my galleries and I really appreciate your kind words...

I see that you speak french ...some responds are in french ...french it's our language in Belgium...

will often come back on your galleries...
freindly
Cedric 12/23/1971 ;-))
Yvonne26-Mar-2006 07:01
Thank you so much for your nice comments re some of my pictures & galleries - I have very much enjoyed your galleries too! Yvonne.
Guest 23-Mar-2006 00:10
WOW YOU HAVE BEAUTIFUL FLOWER PICTURES I LOVE THEM CAN`T WAIT TO SEE MORE.
Guest 10-Mar-2006 13:35
Hello Missy, dave here fromhttp://www.pbase.com/dayv -- just to inform you that i have transferred to a new site --http://imageEvent.com/dayv -- hope you can drop by soon.

keep up the good work!

cheers!
dave
Cindi Smith03-Mar-2006 04:29
Thank you so much for your kind words. I am 1 year now cancer free. I feel great and ready to live life to the fullest! Thank you Missy and I love all of your work, by the way!
Trevor Benedict09-Jan-2006 04:10
Hi,
You have a wonderful collection of Roses. I just realized about the wonderful photos that I could take with Roses. Thanks for sharing these photos and I must say I envy your collection.

Regards,

Trevor Benedict R
mrskbg06-Oct-2005 19:57
Suprise Missy, I am moving over here! Just getting started, don't know when I'll find the time, but an excited to be a member now! Love & Hugs Bodi Mrskbg
Donna Longton 11-Aug-2005 22:28
Hi Missy, thanks so much for the info on the yellow & black garden spider! I found lots of good information on my Google search and just had to share this fun site with you:http://www.hindesite.com/spider.html. You may have already seen it, but I got such a kick out of this fellow's notes - had to share it with someone!
Donna
missy_gardenwhimsy09-Aug-2005 22:33
Donna, thank you for your comments! I do believe that it is a Golden Orb Weaver (Argiope aurantia). Try looking the name up on Google.com
Donna 09-Aug-2005 18:26
I spotted a huge yellow & black spider in my garden, one I'd never seen before, so went looking for it on the Web, trying to identify it. Finally found the critter in your My Favorite Spiders gallery, so I'm writing to see if you know his name. By the way, I live in southern Oregon, and I'm wondering if with our warming climate, this species is migrating further north. A very striking creature and a beautiful photo of it.
zoya 13-May-2005 13:31
Dear Missy,
I found your galleries two days ago and was so impressed with Cecil Brunner - I ordered it and it should arrive next week.
Your garden is unbelievable, magic place.

Thank you for sharing!

zoya
Irene Wehrli12-May-2005 19:32
Dear Missy
You are for sure t h e queen of roses and of course do you have a big heart for Kitties. I come often to see your new great work! It's so nice to meet here such lovely people like you...
Warmly
Irene from Switzerland
Sue 03-May-2005 20:11
Your Cecil Brunner climbing rose bush on the arch is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. If you can tell me how many rose bushes it took to do that and how long.
thanks,
sue
Fabienne24-Apr-2005 18:36
J'ai parcouru vos galeries, elles sont très belles avec des photos de qualité et très bien composées. J'adore vos galeries " fleurs ". Fab
jozie6cats 12-Apr-2005 13:35
Missy - Thanks for giving me the info on this web site (this weekend). What a visual treat this is! I havent had time to browse everything in your gallery yet, but started with the cat pics (of course) which are fabulous. I look forward to seeing the garden and the roses next.
Lea 02-Mar-2005 14:31
Missy,
Your rose pictures are earmarked to my favorites. I sepecially love the shots of your Cl. Cecille Brunner. I am looking for a plan for a bower. Did you build tha one, or just train the roses to grow that way? I have major bower envy and would love any information you would share. Thanks in advance, Lea
Jo Anne Fischer 10-Feb-2005 22:02
Yew Dell Gardens is a new non-profit garden located in Crestwood, KY. One of our dreams is to have a collection of angel wing begonias displayed amongst the hostas. We have been looking for someone to donate or help us start up a collection with some cuttings. I saw your gallery and I am so impressed. Do you have any suggestions on how we could proceed?
Thank you, Jo Anne
alexeig26-Jan-2005 21:26
Thanks for visiting and leaving comments. This proppted me to discover a part of your world, full of roses. Beautiful

Keep good work

A.
Guest 20-Jan-2005 05:57
thanks missy for dropping by at my gallery.

you surely have a nice gallery. especially the cats and flowers!!
keep it up...

cheers!
dayv
Gilbert Ching25-Dec-2004 20:58
Thanks for visiting my gallery Missy. You have some lovely flower pictures. Roses especially. Thanks for sharing.
Hubert Steed23-Dec-2004 13:46
Thank you for your heartfelt comments in my guestbook and for sharing your loving gallery photos.
Sheldon and Marci Morton13-Dec-2004 19:02
I ran into your gallery today, and enjoyed looking through your wonderful pictures. Thanks for sharring with us.

Sheldon
Alain-Philippe BAUDRY-KNOPS29-Nov-2004 06:02
Hi Missy, You have a nice familly.I like your pics. You are talented.
Your galleries are very interresting.
Regards
Alain
Mario Presecki22-Nov-2004 10:02
Hi Missy. Thanks for your comments about my galleries. I am very glad to share my photos with people like you. I am on the work now, but when I came home I take a walk through your galleries ;o).
Thans again
Mario
David Williams25-Oct-2004 03:00
Missy- I am so glad you enjoyed your walk through my gallery and for all the great comments you left me. I took a walk through your's and I really enjoyed the stroll. Your spider and rose pictures are just perfect as well as the rest! David
Guest 20-Oct-2004 20:59
Thanks Missy for visiting my galleries and commenting on them. Your galleries are excellent! Keep adding to them! And please, please add more pictures of Bo Diddly if you can. - Frank
Guest 15-Oct-2004 02:13
hahaha,thank you.
I saw your cat,they are cute,too.
MSELAINE07-Oct-2004 07:52
Hi Missy,

Thank you for your comment :) You have a nice gallery too! Keep it up!
René Lortie05-Oct-2004 00:52
Thank you Missy for your comments on my Water Lilies. Your begonias are wonderful; especialy the Special Angel. Thanks for sharing your flowers.
AAdam 29-Sep-2004 01:53
I love you site. Your begonias look so healthy and well loved. :-) Thanks for sharing them. I love DREAM LOVER. IT is my favorite on your page. Where did you purchase your begonias? Thanks again, AAdam
Toni 24-Sep-2004 21:08
Absolutely beautiful Missy! I enjoyed the pictures of all your roses and wish I could sit be there in person to smell the roses. Hugs.........
Peg Price17-Sep-2004 16:56
Dear Missy,
Thank you for your kind words about my furbaby photos. I do love them all and enjoy trying to capture their sweet essence.
I enjoyed looking at your galleries....of your family, and the beautiful rose images, and your furbabies. The Spider shots were awesome!
Best to you and your family,
Peg
Roger Snape13-Sep-2004 20:53
Hi Missy. Thanks for your kind comments about my gallery. If you ever make it to England, I would be glad to take you and your family along the walk at Hengistbury Head. I love your flower pictures. I'm currently shooting some spiders for a gallery - you have some lovely ones. Best regards. Roger
Toni Moore12-Sep-2004 06:44
And I love your roses period
Toni Moore08-Sep-2004 07:55
Thankyou for visiting my photos - I appreciate your comments(my first in this fine adventure. I adore your ROSES AND THE SPIDES WHO OWN THEM. I came close to losing my leg last year to a spider with absolutely no oral hygiene and instead of fearing them I now spend many nights shooting Orb Weavers. They will be showing up soon. LOve your gallery
Toni
Michal Zaleski04-Sep-2004 23:54
Hi Missy,
Thank you for your kind words on my galleries. I have looked at yours as well and I very much like those of roses, truly beautiful. Keep on clicking :)
best to you,
michal.ski
Ted Levin22-Aug-2004 14:16
You have beautiful photos. My mom just turned 90 and she still loves to garden. I call her the everready Battery
Garrett Lau22-Aug-2004 06:24
Thanks for your comments on my egret gallery. I've just uploaded a few more pictures at the end. --Garrett
Mary Beamond20-Aug-2004 10:16
Dear Missy,
Thank you so much for your lovely comments.
I have so enjoyed looking through your galleries, particularly your family ones :o)
I have been off line for a while, so please excuse my not getting back to you sooner.
We will be in San Francisco at the end of the month. Perhaps we could catch up.
All the very best to you and your family, dear girl,
Love, Mary
ChristinTroeger06-Aug-2004 15:04
Thank you for your comments,you have some wonderful pictures in your galleries
and if i may add,a lovely family.
Cheers!
Guest 01-Aug-2004 14:57
Thanks for dropping by. Your galleries are very nice indeed! Please come by and keep sharing you lovely photographs.


Griffin.
Guest 26-Jul-2004 12:51
What a beautiful garden!! Are you a professional gardener?
I can't even take care of one bonsai!!
Thanks for your comment, and you should come and visit Taiwan sometime.
Hanjie
David M.24-Jul-2004 02:50
Great work. Hope to see more in the future. Thank you for visiting mine and especially for sharing your talent and insight.
Guest 16-Jul-2004 09:31
Thanks for visiting my babies' gallery!
Mr. Minnie is very cute and beautiful too!
omar 11-Jul-2004 21:48
Hi,
I ike your pics and I like kitties and all about nature,
and I hope we could share some pics ( art pics ) if I may say.


I work on Photoshop and I haveI small gallery I hope you likt it.