As part of Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge, here are a few photos of yellow and orange flowers. I took these images last spring and summer. I guess I had intended to post them but never did.
These images were featured in past posts, but I figured that they fit the theme so I included them too.
With no flowers outside to look at, the more the merrier, right?
Even vegetable flowers are worth a second look.
Flowers provoke so many different emotions. Even the most cheerful colors can lead me to think of things serious and sad. So to wrap up my thoughts for this week, I want to say RIP David Bowie and Alan Rickman, two beautiful voices that will be missed.
The first big bunch of daffodils I saw this spring
Some early forsythia flowers
Ranunculus, one of my favorites
Daffodils with peonies growing in between
Some kind of magnolia tree
A daffodil in the hyacinths
Some perky dandelions
It wouldn’t be spring without tulips
These kalanchoe are tropical succulents, not something you’d see outside around here, but they were at the garden center and they made me smile.
Another favorite, marigolds
These are mini daffodils, notice their size next to the tulips
In honor of the letter Y and the color yellow, here is a gallery of some of the yellow flowers of spring that I’ve seen recently.
I’m participating in the A to Z Challenge for the month of April. The idea is to post every day, except Sundays, and end up with one post for each letter of the alphabet. It’s a good challenge to help me to blog every day.