Randoms ~ We'll C About That

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{week's fav}
My {crepe} myrtle has exploded and the bumbles are so excited
they are bouncing off of each other trying to find the perfect spot to land! 

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Gauge (stumblebutt) vs. Sadie Mae (hyperwienie) 
Hot dogs at rest after a {chase}, 
but daring each other to bring it. 
Y'all, it's too hot to run. Seriously. 



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{Canadian} Geese & new purple weeds that have 
popped up all along the banks of my pond. 

Teresa asked for a unique perspective so let's flip this one on it's head. :) 

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 And for Tex, gourds on a fence, {curlicues} at the ready.

I hope you are having a good week. It's too hot to breathe here
and I am anxiously awaiting fall.  In the meantime
I've watched just a few {Christmas}in July movies.


sharing  with good fencesFriday's Hunt {starts with c, favorite, unique perspective} & Saturday's Critters, and  randomly with Tanya  & Amy for 5 on Friday

40 comments:

  1. Love the bumblebees on your crepe myrtles, the upside down and the curlicues!

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  2. Reflection, Canadian Geese, I love seeing them, and the vine flowers, promises of goodies to come.

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  3. Love your crepe myrtle, and that unique perspective. And the poor hot pooches.
    Stay cool.

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  4. Geweldig mooi om daar te zijn en dan met twee van die schatten.

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  5. Hello, your crepe myrtle is gorgeous. I love the furbabies and the ducks on the pond. Wonderful photos.
    Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  6. the crepe myrtle is gorgeous. I forgot to plant any gourds this year, the garden filled up too fast

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  7. Your myrtle are fabulous!
    Yes, definitely too hot for much of anything. Typical July.

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  8. Exploded is right! What glorious crepe myrtle!!! Love your other shots too...the curly-que on the fence is pretty cool! Hope you are staying cool. Take care!

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  9. I'm envious of your crepe myrtles. Mine are late bloomers--get too much shade--and they are the last in the neighborhood to bloom.
    I can relate to the dogs cooling it. It has been brutal hasn't it? The pond looks like a good place for them to cool off.

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  10. Beautiful pink flowers and cute doggies!

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  11. it is to hot to breathe here to and Jake looks just like that every time he goes outside. i LOVE the fence shot, beautiful blue fence and gorgeous flowers. a work of ART

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  12. Beautiful flowers and reflections.

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  13. We've been enjoying several weeks in the 70's and I'm loving it. Today is supposed to reach 82 and I must admit, I'm a bit disappointed. I like days like that with lows dipping into the 50's for sleeping. Where can I move to have that year round I wonder? Your photos are great. The dogs look happy, (and hot)!
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  14. I just love the first picture.

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  15. Haha, I've watched a couple of the Christmas movies on Hallmark. Your dogs crack me up. They look so hot. Loved the photos of the crape myrtles and of the pond. Beautiful even if it is hot. Hang in there, fall will come...

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  16. I love the design of tat last picture. Simple but artistic.

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  17. beautiful sights from your world. stay cool its hot here in Pa. too.

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  18. I'm with you -- looking forward to fall and cool -- late October if lucky! Your crape myrtles are lovely. I usually really love to see the crapes start to bloom, but since I put in a water garden -- all those lovely blooms just make a mess! Ha! Give and take is the name of the game! Too hot for man and beast (cute pups). Lovely shots. Have a great week.

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  19. Photo nr 4 is amazing - I love it!

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  20. oh those dogs look hot, especially gauge...he looks a lot like how ozzy looks after being out running in the heat. takes him a long time to cool down! love your crepe myrtles! and i also really love the gourds on the fence, all your shots are beautiful! thank you for linking terri! have a great weekend!!

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  21. Beautiful and so very cute dogs. We have rain yet again here in the UK.

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  22. Lovely pictures! Your dogs looked like I felt this week after being out and about in the humid air. Thanks for sharing!

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  23. Wonderful randoms. - Loving the Crepe Myrtle, The dogs, The fence with the vining tendrils and the Pretty pond with the geese.

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  24. Your crepe myrtle is fabulous isn't it! I can see why it is so popular with your local insect population!! The other photos are all great too! Thank you for joining Five On Friday, I hope you have a great weekend! xx

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  25. love the curliques! and cute pups. and the flip. :)

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  26. Great photos! My favorites are the bumblebees and Gauge. What a handsome dog.

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  27. Hello Terri, love the cute puppy dogs. The reflection shot is cool, neat flip! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  28. Nice photos - the crepe myrtle is so pretty! Love the dogs :)

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  29. All very lovely photos ~ favorite, of course, are the dogs!

    Wishing you a Happy Weekend ~ ^_^

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  30. Great post, love all your photo's especially the one you have flipped around. Leah x

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  31. I love Crape Myrtle trees.. loved them when we lived in Louisiana but now I'm seeing them in Oregon.. I need to get one. I've visiting from Amy's Five on Friday.. I live in Oregon on an old farm in the Columbia River Gorge. Have a good weekend! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  32. What cute fuzzybutts!

    Congrats on your bee-utiful crepe myrtle!
    ~

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  33. Crepe Myrtle trees are among my favorite although I have never grown one. They are a popular tree to grow in the California San Francisco Bay Area I noticed while visiting there. Happy Week! xx

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  34. You've got me wanting to plant a crepe myrtle in our front yard. Don't know where it would fit since I'm already dreaming of a fig, olive, apricot, and avocado tree out there.

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  35. It is hot here too and getting hot. Hope the pups get to lounge in the AC with you. Love the unique perspective shot! Fun idea to flip it over. Love the curlicues on the vines. Thank you so much for joining Friday's Hunt. Have a great week!

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  36. I was looking at your posts and the Crepe Myrtle caught my attention... What a beauty.... Bet the bees do love it....

    Cute pictures of your doggies.....

    We are having very hot weather here this week--and are SO dry... We are desperate for rain....

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  37. The crepe myrtle is just so stunning!!

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