Saturday, 13 May 2006

chocolate box picture

Just had to share this picture of my garden that Brian from The Love Train did for me

I'm hoping that Cadbury's or Nestle' would like it for the lid of a chocolate box

Thank you Brian you are just so clever

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28 comments:

jlocorriere05 said...

It's beautifully done Ally! I wondered if Cadbury's would like a pic of Nina on their choccy boxes!! Jeannette xx

funnyface0s0 said...

Hi Ally - gosh that Brian is clever ..... but its true you do have a beautiful house :o)
Luv Jayne x

rachealcarol said...

It's beautiful Ally...........a perfect dreamy garden. Rache

msecz said...

He sure did make the sun shine on your garden didn't he... :)  It would look great on a chocolate box too.
Sandra

jeanno43 said...

Your garden is so pretty.

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thelovetrain said...


I'm delighted that you enjoyed it my dear ... Your scenery is so pretty

You're welcome. My pleasure always, Althea.

~Brian @---->---

scaptainscreamer said...

That's lovely, picture perfect! xx

samnsmile5 said...

The picture is beautiful.  Very nice!!   I love your graphics too.  :)

Michele
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mllevl said...

Awww.so sweet Ally!! Eve

mtrib2 said...

What a wonderful graphic/photo that Brian made!    It really would make an appropriate chocolate box cover.    You could perhaps buy some chocolates and put them in a plain box with a print of your home on top that would be suitable for putting in a small frame.   It would make a great gift.      mark

bbartle3 said...

Recently I read, but can't remember
where, that to build just one British
Navy sailing ship 'Man-O-War' (?)
one thousand trees had to be cut down.
So, millions of trees must have been
cut down, trees that took as much as five
hundred years to reach maturity. Did those
trees all grow back?  Right across the street
from me in Glendale Memorial Park, partly
a cemetary, there are trees four and five
hundred years old, at least one thousand
of them. They are gloriously beautiful, home
to crows (ravens?) and squirrels. Trolls badger
me with Google-obtained space
photos, they claim, show that I live in a gang-
infested squalid slum next to plots of decaying bodies.
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Inspired by you I'll just have
to get busy with my trusty ol' camera. You're
still a worker, wow, such industry! Those bodies
sure have fed all those lovely trees.

Barry

onemoretina said...

Hey, Ally ... I'm having fun catching up on your entries.  All these wonderful pictures !   And this one is a gem.  Nice of Brian to give it that nice, bright touch-up.  It is lovely.  Sounds like all is well with you and yours, and I am glad to hear it.  I envy you all the time you've been able to spend in your garden.  I am just itching to plant, but that's gonna be a while.  Oh, well ... the yard isnt going anywhere, I guess.  Take care, and Happy Sunday to you !  Tina

oddb0dkins said...

Very nice Ally, but you gotta share the chocs as well. B. x

sdrogerson said...

it's lovely!!

nedmoh said...

That was kind of Brian,such a lovely picture certainly make a great top for chocolates or to print off for cards etc.......Jeanxx

salonrose123 said...

What a lovely picture!!

edwardssoapy said...

What a lovely picture, so glad you can share it. Have you got any chocolates?? lol Leigh xxxx

ora4uk said...

what a beautiful picture...I wanted to reach out and touch the leaves etc...they seemed to real....thanks for sharing...Hugs...Ora

labdancer51 said...

It`s beautiful Ally, you have a perfect English garden...now about the chocolates....lol!  :o)

Sandra xxxxx

jacksj989 said...

It is a beautiful photo but it has to be said that a garden sometimes mirrors the person that is gardening.  

It is trully a wonderful garden.

By for now,

John

wrigleyrachey said...

Hi Ally, what a beautiful garden,and if someone from marketing should come across it, I think it would be a lovely chocolate box lid picture.I do know someone who works for Nestle but not that department, still, I could pass it on.I love the archway and it has a wonderful feeling of peace.
Rach.xxx

astra1547 said...

Love the Beautiful picture...
Astra
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debbiewebb4465 said...

Yes Ally it is a beautiful picture, thanks for showing us :-)
love Debbie ~xxxx~
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zoepaul6968 said...

What a beautiful picture hun,i miss the countryside so very much,I was born and brought up in kent,and in view of the south downs,breathtaking on a clear day,spooky on a not so clear day but lovely anyway,thanx for giving us that wonderful pic,love zoe xx
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sarajanesmiles said...

Isn't that beautiful!!
Sara   x

gaboatman said...

It really does look nice, Althea.  He really did a good job on that pic fror you.  It reaminds me of a picture by Courrier and Ives.
Sam

happinessdreams said...

that's a great pic!
elisa

jeadie05 said...

Oh thats lovely Ally ..........Jan xx