where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
July 4, 2015 § 23 Comments
burst of joy
zinnia in orange
Tagged: emotion, flower, garden, garden gifts, intensity, joy, macro, orange, shout, unexpected, zinnia
A shout, indeed
WOW!!!!! Such brilliant orange
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Wow! This is better than coffee first thing in the morning. So rich.
Surprise! Elation! Proclaiming glory like the sunrise! (Gift of a photo!)
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Reading your post each day is such a joy. Thank you for sharing your colorful words.
Now that’s a POP of Color!!!
Your eye for perfection is visible in every photo you take. 🍓
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Beautiful, vibrant colors! Brings back memories of my childhood and my mother’s zinnias.
Very beautiful flower!
Reblogged this on Tracey in Maine.
[…] lushness of nature found in every season – “Leaf and Twig” by Catherine Arcolio aka seedbud, https://leafandtwig.wordpress.com/2015/07/04/shout-of-color “Green Lizard’s Blog” https://lizard100blog.wordpress.com/setting – for delightful photos […]
I love zinnias! This one is amazing!
a favorite color … and how can I not love a zinnia!
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