Here is another image from a good number of years ago. This wonderful dogwood tree was taken out a few years back and I think of it every time I walk by the house (it’s about a ten minute walk from home).
As you can see, this is from a while ago. It’s fun to find these little surprises in older folders.
Is it really “red-orange”? I just couldn’t call it red, as it isn’t your typical red rose, and I do see a bit of an orange tint. Maybe you’ll see it differently. (This is why it’s so handy when I know the actual name: I prefer calling them by their names when possible.)
It is rather dark outside and I hear that north of us the weather is rather wild. The wind appears to be starting up (my wind chimes are chiming) and I suspect that I’ll be slogging through rain when I leave for symphony tonight. For now, though, I’m sitting inside, enjoying some great music, looking at photos, and, on occasion, doing a bit more cleaning around the house. After posting this it’s off to the studio to practice and teach.
I thought this cheerful flower might brighten up the darkness (although in all honesty I love dark days like this). If you look closely you might see the friend … but it’s rather tiny! The images I post here are not meant to be seen large. As my husband says, “They look great larger and prints are always for sale!
This is some sort of Polygala, and I was guessing myrtifolia until I started looking online and saw one called Polygala x dalmaisiana that also looks like this. Maybe a reader can help me. In any case, it is surely a Polygala. A common name is sweet pea bush. No matter the name, I find it quite lovely.
Here — some Monday morning green for you. I love finding these green treasures: abstract for the most part, but just a bit recognizable. Green is a color that makes me feel alive.
As you can see, this is from 2015. Redoing my one Lightroom catalog and setting up one per year has sure been fun, as I go through images, many of which bring back fun memories.