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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Goodbye July


As we prepare to flip the calendar, I will share that my photo was published in the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation calendar. My photo was awarded to be the month of July 2018.

August will be here tomorrow. My favorite month of the year.

Hot July brings picnic joys, Firecrackers for girls and boys.
In August swallows southward fly, summer's waning, fall is nigh 

Tasha Tudor  
 

21 comments:

  1. What a beautiful photo! I'm dreading turning the calendar to August and I think you know why!

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  2. Congratulations on getting your beautiful photo published in the Wildlife Federation calendar. That calendar is a keeper or you could frame that picture. We had our farm featured in a calendar some years ago and we didn't even knew about it until someone gave us a calendar. We were quite surprised.

    I can believe today is the last day in July. The year is going by too fast for me. I hope that you enjoy the last day of July.
    Hugs, Julia

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  3. A beautiful photo Carla! How wonderful it’s featured as it deserves. And I’m sad to see July go, but August is still hot, hot, hot here, so I’m ok with its arrival! 😉

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  4. Wow, congratulations! It is a beautiful photo with amazing contrast! So now you an expert in more then one field! I have never known anyone whose favorite month is August! I would think your favorite would be in the spring, when all the plants start to bloom!

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  5. Lovely photo. Congratulations.

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  6. Lovely photo. I had one of my photos appear in our community calendar - I was June. How has your garden been growing this summer?

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  7. Congratulations on the beautiful photo in the calendar! As you know, Trilliums are a personal favorite (although I don't really have favorite plants ;-) ). I'm trying to live in the moment, so I'm switching channels and ignoring people when they say things like, "summer is passing fast" or "time for back-to-school shopping" etc. Holy cats, it's only the end of July! Plus, every day is a blessing in itself!

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  8. Beautiful photo. Ohhhhh to think summer is almost over. :( August already!!! Enjoy this sweet week of great weather.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  9. Congratulations!! It's beautiful! I have never heard anyone but you say that August is their favorite month. That is so neat. August and February are my least favorite months. But, I appreciate every month and thankful to be here to enjoy them. August in NC is the most hot and humid, and too miserable to be outside. Once July 4th is past I look forward to fall. :)

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  10. How exciting. That is a real honor. Beautiful photo and rhyme.

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  11. Carla, congratulations on your beautiful July photo being in the calendar!

    I have always tried to rush August away but no longer. I'm truly trying to savor every day.

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  12. Happy August, sweet friend! I hope this month is extra beautiful for you.

    We are headed to a Rockies vs. Pirates game on Wednesday...can't wait to sit in the sun and cheer our team on :) Hugs to you!

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  13. How wonderful! And your photo is gorgeous! Keep July up all year long!

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  14. That is so cool! How beautiful! I love that you were featured. So deserving. Happy August sweet friend!
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  15. So pretty well done.
    How lovely that so many people would have seen your Photo.

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  16. That is so awesome that your photo was published in the calendar. Very exciting!

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  17. Many congratulations Carla on getting your lovely photograph published in the Wildlife Federation calendar - brilliant!

    All the best Jan

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  18. Happy August- It’s going a little too quickly for my taste! I hope you’re enjoying your summer. We leave for Cape Cod tomorrow…

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High Fives from Wisconsin!