Today’s somewhat dreary more-than-mist-but-less-than-rain covered my Peace roses with pearly looking little droplets.
Here are a few from one year ago today, when we were walking between Carlisle and Crosby-on-Eden.
Li River Cruise
The bees are.
An almost Wordless Wednesday.
Cee’s Flower of the Day a bit of a stretch, different flowers but they are all one color.
I continue to try and work with photos taken on my recent trip to China. Here are a few more from our Li River Cruise Trip.
The upside of the grey, rainy season is that it brings with it lush vegetation. Rain was the dominant weather for us on our recent trip to Guilin in China.Continue reading Rainy season on the Li River
Up to the highest height.
These photos are all from the International Kite Festival in Weifang, Shandong Province, China in different years. Sadly we will miss it this year.
A few pictures from our few hours in London last summer for Son of a Beach’s Which Way Photo Challenge.
One of the fascinating things about texture is how it interacts with light. Locally, in winter the mosses and barks take center stage, due to the low angle of the sunlight and lack of dramatic competition. In the other seasons they are just a backdrop for the brighter foliage and flowers.
I especially like how the mosses seem to magnify light. They often seem like they are emitting it instead of catching and reflecting, sort of like the full moon.