We need more color in our world. Hopefully, color from flowers rather than the color codes on TV showing the heavy bands of rain...
Yes, that's much better. The blooms on the rabbit-ears (hairy groundsel) look so pretty against the green moss at Arabia Mountain. I told Richard that this photo that he took looks like a post card to me.
Of course, the red against the gray rock is a beautiful sight also.
I love the way the sun lit up the pale green leaves on this plant.
I have been crocheting a multi-colored striped scarf. If you click on that link, it will take you to a nice lady's blog where she gives you the pattern and a lovely photo. Mine is not as good as hers but hey, I still like it! See, I told you I wanted more color in my life! The scarf reminds me a bit of the Joseph's coat of many colors...
Do you remember that Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber did a musical about Joseph? Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat was the name of it. Some years ago, they had the best show on TV in England, where they had singers to compete for the lead role in that musical. I really enjoyed that show. One of my favorite parts came at the end where the one who was eliminated had to sing a song called "Close Every Door". Sometimes they sang it with a touch of anger. I really liked the ones who sang it with all they had, as if do say, THIS is how good I can sing, and I will give it all I've got. I finally found a video of one that I really liked, they called him "Rob" the builder. (He worked in construction, I think, and since his name was Rob, it sounded so much like "Bob" the builder, a children's book character.)
Anyway, hope you like this video. I was so pleased to find it.
One of the nice readers of my blog, Paul Forster from New Zealand had a very serious accident in a bike race and broke his hip just recently. Please pray for Paul and if you click on his name there, it will take you to his blog. Pay him a visit and tell him Kay said, "hey!". Thanks, Paul, for all the great shots you have shown me of New Zealand!
Richard and I are going to watch "The Hobbit" tonight! Of course, everyone knows that it was filmed in New Zealand, right?
Colors or colours, I wish this for you all!