Friday, May 22, 2009

Seeing Red

It is not Valentine's Day but it seems that there is red all about me these days as I walk in my gardens. (Or for a more detailed description the following taken from bittersweet, bloodshot, blooming, blush, brick, burgundy, cardinal, carmine, cerise, cherry, chestnut, claret, copper, coral, crimson, dahlia, flaming, fuchsia, garnet, geranium, glowing, inflamed, infrared, magenta, maroon, pink, puce, rose, roseate, rosy, rubicund, ruby, ruddy, rufescent, russet, rust, salmon, sanguine, scarlet, titian, vermilion, wine.)

Happy Red Day!


  1. Every one of these photos are just luscious!

  2. Yep it's red day alright; and I, for one, am very happy.

    I'm in awe of the clarity and detail and texture you captured in these pictures.

    The strawberries look good enough to eat!

  3. What gorgeous photos! I just came across your blog today and wanted to tell you that I think it is great!

  4. Like Barry, I think those strawberries look very yummy. Southern Ontario won't have berries looking like that for 3 weeks yet. We are still working on horrible transported woody strawberries from California. (California's are probably fine if they are picked locally.)


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