“Although yellow occupies one-twentieth of the spectrum, it is the brightest color.” ~Derek Jarman (1942–1994)
Here’s a closeup of another mystery flower taken some years back. I did a quick search to find the type but had no luck.
Thanks to the Flower of the Day photo challenge, I’ve discovered there are far more varieties than I ever realized. Which isn’t surprising, I suppose. The world is huge, consisting of many different climates and growing seasons.
It’s another way to appreciate Mother Nature and this amazing planet that we call home!
If anyone recognizes this flower, please let me know in the comment section.
The Life of B – Squares Photo Challenge – #TreeSquare
A bit of snow to cool a hot, muggy day.
This monochromatic picture resembles my mood throughout most of the winter season. I prefer the warmth of summer and crisp autumn leaves to frigid temperatures and soggy grounds.
Tire tracks remind us that despite icy conditions, people still venture out to enjoy the local park. Glowing yellow lights from the building offer a pop of color in an otherwise drab colored scene.
However, tree limbs dusted with sparkling snowflakes are so pretty! It’s as if they’ve donned white garments to protect against the cold. Beautiful in all seasons, trees offer so much. It’s hard to imagine the landscape without them!