"Weeds are flowers too, once you get to know them."
I'm not sure what this brush is...it's native to the area around Mono Lake...
It was a bit windy that day...and rather hard to get it to sit still!!!
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Seems like every time I've been to Mono Lake it's been windy, but then again, it's quite an expanse of land/water. I like the pale prairie-like colors here.ReplyDelete
I love the colors in this photo. Stunning!ReplyDelete
The close up cherry blossoms in my photo? I'm totally holding the branch still...we've got to find a way to win against the wind! hehe.
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Talk about a muddle! =/ This comment belongs here.... heh, heh - oops! =( =]:
I am just one unorganized gal! ;) I have your blog in my blog roll at the bottom of my blog but I'm just not getting around to visit that way. I'm so sorry! So, that explains why I'm, now, suddenly, a follower. Absolute silliness - that's what it is! =]
and, Happy Easter to you and thank you, thank you, thank you for all of your kind encouragements! I wonder if you realize how much they mean... =]
but, now, I have to toodle off. I wound up staying home from church and from the dinner going on at Grandma's house, next door, because of a sick little guy. But, he just got up - got dressed - announced he was going up to Grandma's and, silly me, I'm sitting here at home alone. ooops! =]
and, you know me....love dem weeds! =] Very pretty and softly neutral image!
The wind seems to pick up in the afternoon Bibi...which happens to be the time I'm most likely to be by there!!! I think in the mornings it tends to be calmer...one of these days...ReplyDelete
Thank you Kaori!!! I had to laugh about you holding the cherry blossoms still!!!
Thank you so much for visiting Katy Noelle!!! I do love your photos...you have a lovely blog!!! Glad you stopped by to visit and comment!!!
Thank you SKIZO!!! Glad you stopped by too!!!
Weeds are flowers too, once you get to know them. I love that - thanks for the photo and quote today!!ReplyDelete
those are favorite colors of mineReplyDelete
Thanks Libby!!! I couldn't resist that quote!!!ReplyDelete
Love the neutral palettes! Thanks PA!!!
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Thanks for stopping by Dhemz!!!ReplyDelete
Yes, they are :) A very beautiful photo!ReplyDelete
thanks for visiting Birgitta!!! You always have such lovely photos!!!ReplyDelete
I don't want to know weeds, lol !ReplyDelete
But I like your picture !
Gattina...These would be weeds in our gardens...but are wildflowers/native plants surrounding Mono Lake!!!ReplyDelete
Of course weeds are flowers.....that's about all the I can grow in my beds. I wish I did have a Nikon sometimes.ReplyDelete
Some weeds (I like to call them wild flowers) are very pretty!!!ReplyDelete
This is a lovely picture - don't know what it is though.
I have a photo of Wayne "in action"
IMHO: keep your 2nd flash and get some radio flash triggers to make a portable 2 flash systems. I purchased some Yonghnuo ones for a very reasonable price. You can never have too many flashes, think of it as a spare in case your main one quits.
Riding the Wet Coast
Weeds are flowers too! And that can be metaphor too!ReplyDelete
Lovely bokeh and selective focus!ReplyDelete
What a great quote to compliment your image.
I hear your pain Linda!!! But I have to say...that photo of the calf suckling on mama...FABULOUS!!!ReplyDelete
Do check out Linda at http://prairierunner.wordpress.com/2012/04/09/mondays-day/
Thanks Ellie!!! I agree!!! And since this one qualifies as a native plant, and isn't growing in my garden...I love it!!!
Thanks Bobskoot!!! I checked out Wayne in action...great shots!!! As for your idea about the flash...I hadn't thought of that...great idea...I may do that!
Thank you Carletta!!! I've been working on the bokeh effect...glad it worked here!!!
I love the soft shades in the photo--and love the quote! oh, so true. :)ReplyDelete
A very nice picture - and I love your quote! So illustrating!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the very nice comment on my blog :)
Thank you Kateri and Pia!!!ReplyDelete