When I saw these flowers up high over my head, I simply loved the beauty of them. All of the colors reminded me that, in nature, flowers of different colors work together to create beauty and a sense of peaceful coexistence. Oh, that humans would learn that we can do the same.
These flowers caught my eye because they reminded me of the brushes for washing baby bottle. Usually, I see these in red, so the yellow fascinated me. They were just beautiful against the backdrop of the blue sky in a small village on the Costa Blanca in Spain. Thank God for yellow! Simply Beautiful and... Continue Reading →
For Cee's Photography Flower of the Day Challenge, I snapped this photo in Quarteria, Spain near the apartment we were renting. I was loving the riot of colors. I would like to know the name of the flowers, if anyone can help. There was a festive feeling to the flowers, and I felt like dancing.... Continue Reading →
Looking at flowers in a store is just like being in a candy store: As much as you would like one of everything you see, you know that you can only afford a couple of the beauties. So, you linger just to enjoy the view and dream. Posted for Cee's Photography Flower of the Day... Continue Reading →
The flowers today are dedicated to my late son, Malcolm, who would have been 43 years old today. He loved bright colors, and was not afraid to wear them, especially shirts and sneakers. The yellow and orange flowers being kissed by the sun remind me of the beauty and constancy of life.
I was enthralled by the long line of yellow flowers. It looked like a carpet. The yellow is vibrant and rich in color, making the scene breath-taking to behold. A Yellow Carpet Ride Posted for Cee's Photography Flower of the Day Challenge, December 10, 2018
I loved this lone bloom. It seemed to be holding on to the very last. Sometimes, that's what we feel like when troubles come. With faith, we persevere unto our change comes. Holding On! Posted for the Flower of the Day Challenge from Cee's Photography.
The picture of flowers posted today was taken at the Montarosa Olive Oil Farm in Moncarapacho, Spain. One of the few beautiful memories of my childhood was a feature like this in the garden of a wonderful and loving woman who made me feel valued as a child. Seeing it at the olive oil farm,... Continue Reading →