A pleasure to regularly see your snapshots celebrating life in all its wonder a beauty! Enjoy the coming weekend! Looking forward to what you might find!
Thanks a lot. I also look forward to a new day with the hope of finding something impressive, interesting to share.
A brilliant firecracker in and of itself.
Thanks a lot. Nature is very capable.
Remarkably Beautiful, now i love yellow😃
Thank you very much. It’s hard not to love the color of the sun.
I cheated to find out what type of flower it is. It appears to be a ‘tickseed.’ I have to confess I’ve never seen one before. Lovely yellow!
Thank you very much. This is an interesting thing. When I discover some new unknown flower, I later find out that it is very common in my area. I just didn’t pay attention before.
Haha – that’s funny! We live and learn. I’m definitely seeing some flowers I’ve never seen before, on your site.
I’m glad I could help you learn something new.
A burst of sunlight on a pastel background – truly a beauty.
Thank you very much. I like to photograph bright colors and I am happy when I have the opportunity.
Funny you should say that! My first impression of Boston, years ago, was the absence of colors, other than architecture, of course. Everything looked grey and brown, including the way people dressed. It took museums and the river to change that impression.
It was probably winter, because otherwise Boston and its surroundings are very colorful. There are many trees and flowers everywhere. And the number of parks and squares is difficult to count.
How did you guess? LOL
Winter of 1988, when I took my son for his pre-admission tour of Brandeis.
I’ve been living here for quite some time and I know for sure that winter is the least impressive season to visit Boston. Winter is the season to go to museums and the symphony hall to enjoy Boston, rather than walking outside when it’s raining or snowing.
Exactly, and that’s where I saw colors – in the museums.
Thanks a lot.
Brightness of this yellow color is like a sunrise 🎇
Thank you very much. Yes, because it is the color of the sun.
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Lovely, glowing, golden flower!!
Thank you very much.
These are amazing!!
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