Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Patterns in Nature. One of the things that strikes a naturalist is the singularity and uniqueness of things in nature, even where patterns exist, like a snowflake, for example. But that paradox gives us more cause to wonder at creation, and the hand behind it.
For Cee’s FOTD
Cee Neuner has been educating me on dahlias, literally from the ground up, and if you haven’t already see her exquisite photography of dahlias, you’re in for a treat on her site. Apparently, dahlias grown from tubers differ from those grown from seeds, which are the type I posted yesterday. Here’s one more from the same crop, and take a look at Cee’s FOTD for today, glowing with hidden depths.
Joseph at Lillie-Put has added a twist to 2021’s Home Photo Challenge: “a brief description of each photo … and a Haiku to go along with it.” Sounds good! Join in.
Cheerful mug outlives
Two Christmases, keeps good will
In this “MRS.” heart.
Cee’s FOTD Challenge
As if she needed a late afternoon shower to freshen her up, this tiny marigold emerges with golden pistils blazing, her scarlet gown lined with gold.
So too does hope emerge out of the dark clouds of the day.
For Cee's FOTD Challenge.
How wonderful yellow is.
It stands for the sun.Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)
See more at Cee's Flower of the Day Challenge.