Thank you, Kay, for another set of very beautiful pictures!I am indeed enjoying this time of the year; at the moment, we have the sunshine and temperatures of summer but still the flowers and birdsong of spring, simply lovely.
Dear Meike,Hope you like the pink! I think I shall do a yellow post for my next color, isn't that your favorite?Lovely sound of it, sunshine and temps of summer but flowers and birdsong of spring!
I love those pink grasses. We have some around various places in town and they are my favorites.
Dear Chris,We have never seen those pink grasses anywhere else but here at this memorial. Maybe someone saw them in California and liked them too!
That last photo especially, is gorgeous!
And guess what? That photo was taken just outside our front door, it is one of the many sunrises that makes Richard run for the camera!I had my father-in-law in England read your post about Gwyneth Paltrow, and he really chuckled. Just had to tell you that!
Couple of lovely shots there!
Why, thank you! My husband takes most of them. It's my job to stand around and look gorgeous.
Oh, lovely pink pictures. What a lovely variety. I specially love that pink shrub. I think I have seen it here in greenhouses but I don't know what it is called. Could it be a kind of hibiscus?
Hmmm...could be, not sure. I took that photo at the nursery at the monastery back in March, and I don't know what it is, I just liked it!
What a gorgeous post. The sky is so impressive.
Thanks. And that sky is right in front of our house, it faces east so we can get some nice sunrises!
I agree with Tracey.
Hey John!Thanks! See comment above to Tracey!
Beautiful photos, Kay! I hope you are doing well and enjoying the great outdoors.
Dear Martha,Am spending a good bit of time outdoors, hope to post about it very soon. Hope your garden is doing well!
Hi Kay, Very lovely pics! I'm really enjoying these colour-themed posts :) What's next?
Hey Jane!Thank you! I think the color of yellow will be the next one in the Georgia Girl spotlight. We have lots of yellow flowers!
Hello there,you're usually in blue flowers, not pink! You really should sell your pics as postcards or greeting cards they are so lovely!!
Dear Dorothy,It's true, I do love my blue flowers! Almost all of these photos are by Richard, and I think that they are very good too! I will make sure he sees your comment!
You gave me sunshine on a cloudy day with these!:)
And we can always use sunshine on those days!Thanks for your sweet comment!
Oooo, doesn't that look pretty!! We've had some beautiful skies here when the storm was coming through, but today it's back to sunny, very hot and very humid... Hope you are doing well!! Love, Silke
Dear Silke,We Georgia girls know how hot it can get in Georgia, right?Oh yes, I am doing very well. Will have lots of posts soon and will tell you all about what I have been up to! :-)
Ha~ we're actually staying indoors. This is my least favorite time of year....in Charlotte. The 90 degree days are so unbearable for me. I still haven't quite figured out why I wasn't born in the Arctic. Still, lovely photos....the pink is so pretty!
Dear Audrey,You should be married to an Englishman! Even though Richard has lived here for almost 29 years now, he still does not like the hot summers! And I have lived here all my life and I DON'T like it hot. Sometimes we get up at the crack of dawn to walk, just to beat the heat!And I know I showed the pink lighted lake before, but I could not resist this pinky post! :-)
Agreed. But I did marry a guy from Switzerland....and I suppose that's close enough. Hee hee... (smile)
Beautiful shots. We still have about 19 days of spring left!!!
Thanks! In Georgia, our late spring is very much the same as summer!
Beautiful and lovely to look at pictures. The first and last pictures were simply stunning. The sunrises (so I am told) are beautiful on the Isle of Lewis but the sunsets from the west window in my house are wonderful. At the moment we are in almost constant daylight. At this time of the year it is light at 3.30am and it is still daylight at 11pm and you can still read a book outside at midnight. Plays havoc with the birds time clock!Enjoy your day. Pat
Dear Pat,Wow, that just shows how far north you are.Can read a book outside at midnight, that is amazing.I love the British birds!
AHHHHhhhhhhh. Swoonalicious, I tell ya! **happy smiles** Deb
Thank you! So happy that this made you happy! :-)
Gorgeous photos! Your sky is beautiful. Here we have so many pine trees that I can never take a clear picture of the sky – so I enjoy yours.
I know what you mean about the pine trees, we have the same. Best to get a shot of the sunrises or sunsets from a high spot, like Stone Mountain, Arabia Mountain... or the top of a very high driveway like ours! ;-)
What a beautiful collection of 'Pinks'!
So happy that you liked my pinks! :-)
I love the last photo! Was this taken towards dusk or sunset? I like the pink hues on the clouds.. it looks romantic :)
Dear Farida.Thanks! This was one of the many sunrises that we have enjoyed right in front of our home!