Monday, May 20, 2013

At Home With Hydrangeas

Carolina Anole In Hydrangea Bush, 6 x 6 oil on panel, ©2013, Fay Terry

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Every morning I look at the Hydrangeas beside the porch to see how much the pale green flower buds have grown. It seems someone else is watching, too. This little lizard is always found on one of the leaves and was snapped by iphone camera yesterday afternoon. (Thanks, Bill!)
I can hardly wait for the first flowers to open so I can start bringing them into the house.  This little guy better not be a stowaway when I fill a big vase with them in a few weeks. It did happen last year and I had a hard time catching the little lizard to return him to the outdoors.


  1. What a cutie. I find green so hard to work with. You painted this beautifully.

  2. What a gorgeous painting Fay. The design, the color,,everything..Absolutely LOVE this one..Beautiful

  3. You are a master of green! Great painting and so much fun to look around every inch of it.


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