Here for my Farm Foto Fix! I love this picture--the yellow is such a bright burst of color against the bluish green in the background.
Beautiful, as all your photos are. I really need to buy a digital camera. :)
i love how the little yellow flower is trying to pop out there ... i kind of feel like that is me! how nature mirrors life. great pic! mav
Hi, I came over here after reading your comment on Kelli's blog. Love your pics!Karen
Lovely pics. A looked forward to hit of simple things after my commute and before the guys at work start screaming! ta!
Thanks so much, everyone! Glad you like the photo! Kristi,Yes, digital cameras are the best! And if I can figure one out, I'm sure you can. You don't need anything fancy; I use a 3-year-old Kodak Easyshare to take all these pictures. Okay, so it took me a while to figure it out. . . : )Hi mav,You can't tell from the picture, but that flower is growing on a very tall stem and for some reason, it bent all the way over and then pushed up inbetween those blackberry leaves. I looked at it again this morning, wondering if maybe it had poked through the leaves first, and then the stalk just curved as it grew taller. I'm not sure. It was very intriguing; I've never seen that happen before.Hi Rurality,Thank you and welcome to the farm! So glad you stopped by.Hi Monkey Gland,Thanks and welcome to the farm to you, too! Glad I can add a little calm to your day. I hope the guys aren't screaming at you! : )Why thank you, Miss Clare!
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