Hey Jude for
Life in Colour this month chose brown as the theme and asked “what browns can you find in the world?”. I took these photos today thinking about that theme. Brown is a funny color, I often don’t see it. I tend to see things that many people see as brown as shades of red or orange. I think these are brown?
Also this is my entry for
Lens Artists: Its a small world.
Tree peony flower that was.
It bloomed gloriously in spring, but now is dormant. Winter gives us a chance to rest and regenerate.
Bushboy’s Last Photo on the Card and Cee’s Flower of the Day.
Washington State Ferry hit by the late afternoon sun.
Brashley Photography’s Mid-week Monochrome.
Looking north-west from my Dad’s.
Ah, December: High tides, clouds, mist and rain.
Jez’s Water, Water Everywhere.
On a gray day of December these camellias, early even for camellias, seem to emit light, even on the wettest, dreariest days.
Cee’s Flower of the Day and T ravel with intent’s One Word Sunday: Seasonal.
…if it fur is warm enough that the predicted colder than normal January doesn’t nip its buds.
I’m not exactly sure what plant this is, but its fuzzy flower buds caught my eye on a New Year’s Day walk. I loved the textures and the way the little fuzzy hairs caught the winter light.
Sunshine’s Macro Monday
Low winter sun coming through breaks in the clouds highlights the textures of the clouds.
Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week:Clouds
I haven’t had much time this week, preparing for the holiday, to either do photography or pull together an Advent 3 post.
Time for me?
Winter time weather.
Time to light a candle.
This week’s squares, somewhat late, except that I decided to light my fourth candle early, on the solstice instead of waiting for Sunday. It just seemed like the right time to add some light.
Maybe next week I’ll be more pulled together…maybe.
Becky’s Time Squares