Monday, August 2, 2010

shall we have a cup of tea in the garden?

or perhaps a garden in our cup of tea?

27 comments:

VP said...

Another lovely and colorful image. That's a nice idea, you just need the right cup or teapot!

Malyss said...

Both are quite inviting!Let's have the two!

SRQ said...

Tea for two...dozen?! Clever find and capture.

magiceye said...

that will be lovely!

Cezar and Léia said...

I really need a cup of tea today, thanks so much for this beautiful post.People there are so creative, this idea is just lovely and those little flowers are delicate.
Have a nice day dear friend,
hugs
Léia

Sharon Creech said...

Your comments/tags are as interesting as your photos, brattcat. I always start my morning with them. . .

Sharon said...

What a beautiful teacup garden!

Small City Scenes said...

LOVE IT!!!

lizziviggi said...

Well, I've heard of seeing a world in a grain of sand, so why not a garden in a teacup?

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Your cups runneth over.

RedPat said...

Love how the t-pot is set up to pour into the cup! I always enjoy your posts.

Steffe said...

Nice idea.

cieldequimper said...

Can we have both?

This is like something out of Country Living magazine!

JM said...

I like the photo and how you have played with the words! :-)

Birdman said...

These little white flowers are in a planter hanging on our deck. Simple elegance.

Kate said...

The both look delicate and vibrant. Lovely way to extend theme day!

Jacob said...

So very nice, Brattcat. And I'd join you for a cup of tea, but I'm afraid I'd end up potted!

Jacob said...

P.S. Re Florida Fotos: It's the truck that's for sale. Ten four and out!

Gunn said...

You have eyes (also) for pretty details!:)

Virginia said...

"'I"m a little teapot, short and fat". Well now. That rings truer for me than when I sang it as a kiddo!

Jacob said...

My dear Brattcat...you are so much fun!

Au and Target said...

Lovely! Unusual idea.

Bob Crowe said...

Um, I'd filter it first. Sugar?

Magpie said...

You are so tricky with words. Wonderful twist all the way around. I have a big watering can like these tea cups that holds an asparagus fern.

Carraol said...

Great idea and beautifully presented in words and image!

Julie said...

What a delightful idea ... all one need do is not smash the cup as she drills a hole in the bottom ...

Amin said...

I have not seen before so like thing!