Posts Tagged ‘flower’

“Yellow is capable of charming God.” ~ Vincent Van Gogh

“Yellow is the color of the east, childhood, and morning.” – Jeffrey D. Anderson

You are my sunshine, my only sunshine
You make me happy when skies are grey ~Gene Autry

Google Photos periodically decides to make a montage of various similar photos I’ve taken over the years, this one obviously featuring yellow flowers. It doesn’t let me choose the photos but nevertheless I think it’s an uplifting way to start the week (if you’re in the US and had yesterday off for Independence Day/Fourth of July) or to perk up your week if you live elsewhere.

Blessings on your week!

One Word Sunday: found

An even number, two pairs, and a view that almost looks like a reflection but isn’t. Odd.

One Word Sunday: even

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Where I live, “spiky” and “flower” are often found side by side. In this case, we’ll just add “orange” for the trifecta. Happy Friday!

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for One Word Sunday

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Christmas?  Well, my Christmas cactus thinks so anyway.  It’s missed blooming for a few years now, so I’m just glad to see its one beautiful flower, much happier than I was to see that WP has changed the “new post” configuration once again.  Why move everything to the other side?  And what else will suddenly bite me on the derrière?

OK, forget it.  It’s Saturday, the weekend, time to have fun.  Let’s just concentrate on the flower and have a super Saturday!

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I’ve been blessed to be able to do a lot of traveling this year, overseas as well as in the US.  This weekend, I’m in Shenandoah, Iowa, visiting our older daughter.  This morning I had a lovely (but chilly & windy) walk on the Wabash Trace, post material for tomorrow.  But today is time for WordPress’s photo challenge.  Last week I was very late (travels again), which means not as many views.  But that’s OK.  This week’s theme is “Minimalist.”  I’ll work hard at getting to as many of your photos as I can.  It’s always great to see what you’ve come up with and to learn for other photographers.