Musings and meanderings, poetic and otherwise, photography, travels, recipes, whatever comes my way that seems interesting to my gray matter!
Well, Carmen, thanks for coming by today, sugar. What a story you have to tell. I hope your trip to India goes well. I have a friend who goes once a year to India to help with physical therapy. He and his wife just love it there. I am NOT a traveler though and wish to just stay home.xoxo,Connie
Lovely photos, as usual. So bright and warm!We are cool and cloudy today.
Cheers Camen -- On a bright sunny day with camera in hand, I was first drawn to the light of 200 greensof foliage, leaves and stems, then the buzzin of the bee attracted me,but I got himsmack in the middle of capital yellowsunk in transparent pinkin the 200 greens with my camin hand on a bright sunny day.
That flower looks positively fluorescent.
I enjoyed visiting your blog. I hope that you have a wonderful time in India - what an adventure!http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2011/09/pink-saturday-pink-flower-and-bee.html#links
What a gorgeous shot and with some fantastic details. Love the bee :)
Great captures...love when you see natture so close.
Beautiful photography. Thanks for sharing your talent. Thanks for you visit and nice comments. Have a great week. Ginger
The pink flowers are always happy looking to me. What a gorgeous shade.
Such a happy picture...sucking the last bit out of Summer, that's what I see when I look at this photo.Thanks for you comments, you should totally paint a fence pink... and soonCheers,Leah
So pretty! It looks lie a dahlia to me.
Connie -It is so nice to have you stop by. How good of your friends to go to India to do physical therapy. I was only there once - and only for a week - fourteen years ago. I know, at 67,and using a walker now, it will be a bit harder to get about but I hope I can bring enough wonderful memories home to sustain me the rest of my life!manyslices -Well, a pink fence sounds like a lovely idea...but, in reality, I go more for bright yellow. It's always been my favorite color!Sheilia @ A Postcard a Day -I didn't think it was a dahlia as I know them...but I suppose there are all types. It just dawned on me, Sheila, I don't have your address and I MUST send you postcards from India!Kat_RN -It must be a lovely time of year now in North Carolina. I just love your Southern plantation home. When I was young, I always dreamed of having just such a place...that was, until I was 18 and saw San Francisco for the first time. Then, all I wanted to do was move here!Terri -Those bees are always fun to photograph though they often give us a merry chase.Sharkbytes (TM) -It is a lovely pink flower...I always love it when my photographs turn out well.Holly -I, too, hope India will live up to my dreams. Sometimes, I feel a bit nervous about undertaking such an adventure at my age but, then, I think it is good to have one grand finale!!!Poetic Shutterbug -I think you're the bee queen and I could learn a few things from you!King of New York Hacks -Sometimes I'm so busy with face in the viewfinder, I'm afraid I'm going to get stung!Indrani -I always am happy when you've been by to visit...glad you liked my pink flower with its bee. SavannahGranny -I'm originally from Columbus, Georgia. When I was a teenager, we used to participate in judo tournaments in Savannah. Sadly, as an adult, I never got back to visit Savannah though I've been to Charleston several times. I do love that part of the South!Self Sagacity -I thought this pink was especially pretty. I am sad to think that I'll probably take off to India without ever getting to meet you!!! It may have to be postponed till my return!