Tag Archives: Flowers

Yellow Lily

  My hobby of photographing flowers continues with the taking of this beautiful lily. No wonder people shoot them a lot. Flowers are always beautiful, they don’t blink and turn away from the camera, and … Read More

Fuschia Peonies

They smell as good as they look, too. Bulbous peonies have about one-week bloom life in spring. I can’t get enough of them. They remind me of Wilton. My Mom had a garden will peony … Read More

Sonoma Flowers

We spend a lot of time in Sonoma, so when my Mom came for a visit we rented a house. It’s beautiful here, perfect in so many ways – warm/borderline hot (which I love), no … Read More

Farmer’s Market Colors

Every Sunday B and I make a quick jaunt over to the Ft. Mason Farmers Market. It’s not the biggest farmers market in San Francisco but it’s the sweetest. They have a stall for everything. … Read More

One Lovely Table Setting

  I’m about about flowers. I’m all about the right lighting. A room’s atmosphere can be set with a few little tricks of either decorations or lighting. I’ll opt not to eat at a restaurant … Read More

The Hydrangea Fan Club

Not everyone loathes hydrangeas. I happen to be a fan, and I know plenty of other people who are. So to give the flower a little love today, I’m making it front and center. Here’s … Read More

Blue Flowers, Rockport, MA

I went to Rockport, Massachusetts with my friend Sarah. The resident of Rockports seem to have the magic touch when it comes to gardens, like this one.  The varied colors, different heights of flowers, and … Read More

Pink-Flowers

Pink Flowers

I’m not much of a pink person but once in awhile something so pretty in pink stops me in my tracks, like these flowers that I took on Sanibel Island. Wow.

Bumble Bee Mid Flight

I felt like I was watching something on Discovery Channel. Here in the midst of my street in the Marina, I saw this bumble bee buzzing amidst these pretty poppies. He didn’t seem to be … Read More

Pretty-Blue-Flowers

Pale Blue Flowers

Just a hint of blue, enough to catch my eye. A thing of beauty, a joy for ever.