An entire field of sunflowers… 🙂
Friday’s rose ~ a pale yellow rose with an orange tinge at the very ends of the petals. 🙂
The Coneflower has a spectacular center, with petals flared all around. They’re quite a sight to watch grow, from a somewhat thorny beginning, to a beautiful and showy flower.
I think my last three photos have been “red” in color…not sure why, it’s just a red kind of day I guess. Anyway, there’s nothing quite like the brilliance of a red flower, no matter what type of flower it is. This is another view of the red tulip, the flower of the day for me.
“Man’s destiny was to conquer and rule the world, and this is what he’s done ~ almost. He hasn’t quite made it, and it looks as though this may be his undoing. The problem is that man’s conquest of the world has itself devastated the world. And in spite of all the mastery we’ve attained, we don’t have enough mastery to stop devastating the world ~ or to repair the devastation we’ve already wrought.” ~ Daniel Quinn
This is my work companion today. This red tulip, found all by itself in the garden, has taken its place in a vase on my desk today. It’s almost hard to work, when every time I turn my head I see this beautiful face. 🙂
This is what I first saw when I stepped out the back door this morning. The red Japanese Maple tree is really, REALLY red. It’s stunning, and I once again feel blessed to be able to look at something this beautiful. Thank you Mother Earth…thank you.
This Tiger Lily looks a bit more like a starfish than a tiger OR a flower in this photo…beautiful either way. 🙂
The Daffodil, thought by many to be a symbol of rebirth and new beginnings. I can see why… 🙂