How about a little color?Posted: November 20, 2011 Filed under: 365 Yoga Challenge, Autumn, Earth, fall, garden, home, NaBloPoMo, nature, Photography, Spirit, Spring, travel, yoga | Tags: flowers, Longwood Gardens, NaBloPoMo, nature, Pennsylvania, Photography, postaday2011 37 Comments
Yesterday’s photos seemed a little bleak so I thought I’d bring you some color to help brighten up your Sunday. The photos in this grouping are all from my last trip to Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania back in May.
As with yesterday’s gallery of photos, click on any of them to start the Photo Carousel.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope your Sunday has been filled with color and magic. 🙂
It’s bleak and raining here today in Kentucky, so I appreciate the color. Hope you are enjoying your weekend away from the blogosphere————–
Thanks, Kathy M. 🙂
it started out sunny but the clouds moved in so this is a much needed sight
Glad to be of service in the color department, Teresita. 🙂
Thank you for brightening my day with your wonderful photos!
You’re welcome, Martina. And thank you for stopping by. 🙂
Did you use a table to get your photos arranged?
Christine: No. WordPress has the Photo Carousel as part of the gallery now. It’s magic. 🙂 (Not really. But it is automatic if you set up a gallery for your post.) Here’s a link to their announcement about it:
Hi there! I really enjoy your blog. I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the Liebster Blog Award.
You can read all about it on my website: email@example.com
Thank you so much, Pat! I am honored and grateful. 🙂
Its beautiful! My days are gloomy, black and white. its good to see that colors exist, somewhere 😀
Thank you, Orel Engel. I’m glad you enjoyed the colors. 🙂
Just gorgeous photos, Robin! We have plenty of colour in the garden here in Australia at the moment (and heat…) but you can never have too much colour in your world. 😀
Thanks, Joanne. 🙂
That’s so true. You can never have too much color (or colour). 😉
On a rainy Cincinnati evening in November, seeing color is good. BTW … We saw Wicked today … the one playing the Wicked WItch (Mamie Parris) has a very powerful voice! And the story has a few surprises!
Glad to hear you enjoyed the play, Frank. Hopefully I’ll catch it the next time it comes this way. 🙂
Gorgeous colors. What a wonderful and inspiring collection!
Thanks, Marcie. 🙂
Thanks for the beautiful images, Robin! I hope that you have had a great weekend! 🙂
You’re welcome, Ted. And thank you. It was a very good weekend. 🙂
Love these, especially the one in the very center.
Yesterday’s pictures were NOT bleak (at all!!!). 🙂
Thanks, Michaela. 🙂
They did seem a little bleak when I sat down to look at all the color from Longwood Gardens. It was probably unfair of me to compare them.
I might make a trip up to Longwood Gardens next spring/summer… Such beauty in one place… is heaven! 🙂
It is certainly worth the visit, Elizabeth. If you can, go for a whole day. There is so much to see there. 🙂
Oooo – so fabulous and just what I needed!
Glad you enjoyed them, LadyFi. 🙂
I’m liking your carousel! I saw one over at another blog I read and thought it was pretty cool.
It is pretty cool, Karma. I am not always pleased with the changes that WordPress makes (at least not initially), but this was a good one. 🙂
Thanks, Chloe. Mother Nature is good at that. 🙂
Beautiful photos, Robin. Looks like I should have visited Longwood when I lived in that area.
Thank you, Carolyn. If you ever get out that way, it’s worth taking the time to visit. Longwood Gardens is a massive place compared to the Cleveland Botanical Garden (and I do like the Cleveland Botanical Garden).
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Hi …passing along a little something….Kathy http://reflectionsfromafriend.wordpress.com/2011/11/22/1121-passing-along-the-liebster-award/
Thank you so much, Kathy! I am honored and grateful that you like my blog enough to pass on the award to me. 🙂
Love all these photos, but the first one is just breathtaking! Great work, Robin!
Thank you, Belen. 🙂