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Yesterday was for pink flowers, and this morning while on our patio, I realized that today is for yellow flowers.
Our yellow hibiscus had several beautiful flowers. Working in the backyard, I spotted a small yellow flower on one of our succulents.You can see it below.
We are in the midst of a Southern California weather pattern right now that happens every year; it is called June gloom. I wrote about it previously in a post called The June Gloom is Over. On overcast days like today, there is nothing more cheerful than a bright yellow flower.
Before my Monday morning ceramics class, I took a short walk and saw this pretty pink hibiscus. After taking this photo I continued my walk and my eyes were drawn to another pink blossom. Much smaller than the first one, but equally pretty. See below.
After I took the second photo, I put my camera away, and went into class.
Today, I photographed one of my Orchids. The flower doesn’t look real to me, so I photographed the entire plant to prove that it is. The beautiful color is one of the reasons I love orchids, and have several. Go to About Orchids.com, if you would like to learn more about orchids and see some of the many varieties available.
Today’s photo challenge topic is the word, calm. Continue reading