Friday, June 26, 2009
Yesterday with camera in hand off I went to leave the car at the repair shop and walk from there to get my hair cut. Along the way many wonderful colors spoke to me. Flowers are really in bloom now in the desert as this is the coolest summer for many many years and it keeps flowers who would otherwise be dead from the heat, blooming!
I found so many wonderful daisies and other unknowns and kept snapping away. My 10 minute walk turned into 25 after stopping every few feet.
I have so many I want to share but for now there are a few up in my Etsy store if you click here you will be taken to the store and the photo above to click on and see it a bit larger. Most of all I love this image as it reminds me that nature in its infinite complexity has designed that which no human could ever imagine an almost kaleidoscope of color and intricate woven infinite detail which even if we looked for hours- would never even have a true glimpse of it, in its smallest minutia. I am humbled by nature and in particular those wonderful flowers who always are able to fill my heart with joy!
- I am a mother of 2 wonderful girls, grandmother of 4, don't worry you will see photos of them one day! I live in Sedona Arizona, a beautiful place, lots of sun and blue blue skies! I listen to politics and my favorite radio channel is Cinemix. I am the oldest of 11 , I love my kids, my parents and my siblings and my friends!!
- Ethel Smith~The double crosser~watercolor
- PAletas~ and the Front page! Etsy!!
- An outing worth noting!
- show and tell~my first prize of summer oh gladiola...
- the News Boys en Francé-death of the newspaper
- Happy Fathers Day DAd!!!~you mean alot to me!
- Ruth Wall Summer 1915
- A Blue SKy Desert Day in Sedona
- Pink Lincoln ~Desert Hotel~ Trip to Flagstaff Ariz...
- Chameleon~Scientific Illustration
- Colourshoppevintage~Introducing a New Etsy Shop!
- Little Ellen Graduates High School-my oldest grand...
- Tennis ~ History of Tennis ~French Open
- Peony oh peony!~my tribute and informational post
- Alan Aldridge~psychedlic art from 70s
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