Flowers, Grass & Other Beings

I am in the midst of redoing this Flowers, Grass and Other Beings gallery, which means I have a lot more to add. Still, there are lots of nature's beauty already here to see, and, I hope, for you to enjoy.


February.
Inside the house window pushing our own flower color, waiting for Spring



March
Amaryllis in the kitchen Budding with the Buddha

March

March Amaryllis fully bloomed.

March

March

March

March Prospect Hill Parkway. Somerville, MA

March


April

April 1

April 2-1

April 2-2

April 2-3

April 2-4

April 2-5

April 2-6

April 3

April 4

April 5

April 6

April 7-1

April 7-2

April 7-3

April 8-1

April 8-2

April 9-1/9-2

April 9-3

April 10-1

April 10-2

April 10-3

April 10-4

April 10-5

April 10-6

April 10-7

April 10-8

April 10-9

April 10-10

April 10-11

April 10-12

April 10-13

April 10-14

April 10-15

April 11-1/11-2

April 11-3


April 11-4

April 11-5

April 11-6

April 12

April 13

April 14-1/14-2

April 14-3

April 14-4

April 14-5

April 15-1/15-2

April 15-3

April 16

April 17-1

April 17-2

April 18

April 19

April 20

April 21

April 22

April 23

April 24

April 25

 April 26

April 27

April 28

April 29-1

April 29-2

April 29-3

April 29-4

April 30

April 31

April 32-1

April 32-2

April 32-3

April 33-1/33-2

April 33-3

April 34

April 35

April 36

April 37

April 38-1

April 38-2

April 38-3

April 38-4

April 39-1

April 39-2

April 39-3/39-4

April 39-5/39-6

April 39-7

April 39-8

April 39-9

April 39-10

April 39-11

April 39-12

April 39-13

April 39-14

April 39-15

April 39-16

April 39-17

April 39-18

April 39-19

April 39-20 Amherst, MA

April 39-21 Amherst, MA

April 39-22 Trum Field, Somerville, MA

April 39-23

April 39-24

April 39-25

April 39-26 Somerville, MA

April 39-27/39-28

April 39-29

April 39-30

April 39-31

April 39-32

April 39-33/39-34

April 39-35

April 39-36

April 39-37

April 39-38

April 39-39

April 39-40

April 39-41/39-42



May


May 1-1

May 1-2

May 1-3

May 1-4

May 1-5

May 1-6

May 1-7

May 1-8

May 1-9

May 1-10

May 1-11

May 1-12

May 1-13

May 1-14

May 1-15

May 1-16

May 1-17

May 1-18

May 1-19

May 2-1

May 2-2

May 2-3

May 2-4

May 3-1

May 3-2

May 4-1

May 4-2

May 4-3

May 4-4

May 4-5

May 4-6

May 5

May 6

May 7

May 8

May 9

May 10

May 11-1

May 11-2

May 12

May 13-1

May 13-2

May 13-3

May 13-4

May 14

May 15

May 16-1

May 16-2

May 17-1/17-2

May 17-3

May 17-4

May 18

May 19

May 20

May 21-1

May 21-2

May 21-3

May 21-4

May 21-5

May 21-6

May 21-7

May 21-8

May 21-9

May 21-10

May 21-11

May 21-12

May 21-13

May 21-14

May 21-15

May 21-16

May 21-17

May 21-18

May 21-19

May 22

May 23

May 24

May 25

May 26

May 27

May 28

May 29

May 30

May 31

May 32-1

May 32-2

May 32-3

May 32-4

May 32-5

May 32-6

May 33

May 34 Rockport, MA

May 35 Haverhill, MA


June

June 1-1

June 1-2

June 1-3

June 1-4

June 1-5

June 1-6

June 1-7

June 1-8

June 1-9

June 1-10

June 1-11

June 1-12

June 1-13

June 1-14

June 1-15

June 1-16/1-17

June 2

June 3-1

June 3-2 There is something irresistible in the look and the feel of the lavander.

June 4 Or is it just that purple color?

June 5

June 6

June 7

June 8-1/8-2

June 9-1

June 9-2 I love the pinkish red vanes running to the outer tops of these flowers.

June 9-3

June 10-1 Somehow this group and the last one have similar feel.

June 10-2

June 11

June 12 It is remarkable what nature conceives.

June 13

June 14

June 15 I had to have this.

June 16-1

June 16-2

June 17

June 18

June 19-2

June 19-2

June 20-1

June 20-2

June 21-1

June 21-2

June 22-1

June 22-2

June 23-1

June 23-2

June 24-1

June 24-2

June 25

June 26-1

June 26-2

June 26-3

June 26-4

June 26-5

June 27-1 Elegant

June 27-2

June 27-3

June 28

June 29

June 30-1

June 30-2

June 31

June 32
June 33

June 34

June 35-1

June 35-2

June 35-3

June 35-4

June 35-5

June 35-6

June 35-7

June 35-8

June 35-9

June 36

June 37

June 38-1

June 38-2

June 38-3

June 38-4

June 38-5

June 38-6

June 38-7

June 38-8

June 38-9

June 38-10

June 38-11

June 38-12

June 38-13

June 38-14

June 38-15

June 38-16

June 38-17

June 38-18

June 38-19

June 39

June 40-1



June 40-2

June 41

June 42 Maile's painting

July

"The earth rotates around sun and this rotation and revolution gives the perfect timing as seasons with temperature and this photoperiod produces reproduction. The whole creation imitates this structure producing that elliptical structures and whorls and wheels. The whole universe has adopted this model of circular structure." Brajesh Dubey, Jodhpur, India
Queen Anne's Lace  7419.jpg 

July 1-1

July 1-2

July 1-3

July 1-4

July 1-5

July 2-1

July 2-2

July 2-3

July 2-4

July 2-5

July 2-6

July 2-7

July 2-8

July 2-9

July 2-10

July 2-11

July 2-12

July 2-13

July 2-14

July 2-15

July 2-16

July 3-1

July 3-2

July 4

July 5-1

July 5-2

July 6-1

July 6-2

July 7

July 8-1

July 8-2/8-3

July 9

July 9-1

July 9-2

July 9-3

July 10

July 11

July 12

July 13

July 14

July 15

July 16

July 17-1

July 17-2

July 17-3

July 17-4

July 17-5

July 17-6

July 17-7

July 17-8

July 17-9

July 17-10

July 17-11

July 17-12

July 17-13/17-14

 July 17-15

July 17-16

July 17-17

July 17-18

July 17-19

July 17-20

July 17-21

July 17-22

July 17-23

July 18-1

July 18-2

July 19

July 20-1

July 20-2

July 20-3

July 24

July 25

July 26

July 27-1

July 27-2

July 27-3

July 27-4

July 27-5

July 27-6

July 28-1

July 28-2

July 28-3

July 28-4

July 28-5

July 29

July 30-1

July 30-2

July 30-3

July 30-4

July 30-5

July 31

July 32

July 33-1

July 33-2

July 34-1

July 34-2

July 34-3

July 34-4



August

1

August 2-1

August 2-2

August 3-1

August 3-2

August 3-3

August 4

August 5

August 6

August 7-1

August 7-2

August 7-3

August 7-4

August 8

August 9

August 10-1/10-2

August 10-3

August 11-1

August 11-2

August 11-3

August 12

August 13

August 14

August 15

August 16

August 17

August 18

August 19

August 20

August 21

August 22

August 23

August 24

August 25

August 26-1

August 26-2

August 27-1

August 27-2

August 27-3

August 28

August 29-1

August 29-2

August 29-3

August 30-1

August 30-2

August 31

August 32

August 33

August 34

August 35-1

August 35-2

August 35-3

August 36

August 37

August 38

August 39

August 40-1

August 40-2

August 41

August 42



September

1-1

1-2

1-3

2-1

2-2

3-1

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

4-1

4-2

4-3

4-4

4-5

4-6

5

6

7-1

7-2

8-1

8-2

8-3

9-1

9-2

9-3

10-1

10-2

10-3

10-4

10-5

11-1

11-2

12

13-1

13-2

14

15-1

15-2

16-1

16-2

16-3

16-4

16-5

16-6

17-1

17-2

18

19

20

21

22-1

22-2

23

24

25

26

27

28

29-1

29-2

29-3

29-4

29-5

29-6

30

31

32

33

34-1

34-2

34-3

35

36-1

36-2

37

38

39-1

39-2

39-3

40

41

42

43-1 Rose of Sharon. In the early 20th Century, the people of Korea selected, by a wide margin, this flower as their country's floral symbol. Called Mugunghwa in Korea, it is the national flower of South Korea.

43-2

44


October

Zebra Grass

Enfield, CT

Pete and Steph's Baltimore wedding setting, Aug 2009. Photo by Felista

Beauty intent. Photo by Felista 5665

Beauty again and again intent. Photo by Felista

Felista's Watercolor 1

Felista's Watercolor 2

Felista's Watercolor 3

Felista's Watercolor 4

Felista's Watercolor 5

Felista's Watercolor 6

Mitzy looking over the street




At home I

At home II

At home III

At home IV

Orchid in Victoria's house, Haverhill, MA. Photo by Felista



Maile's Art



Impressionen?

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Posing in Paris in a flower shop

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1914 Time for food

1 comment:

  1. Hey! Looks good, Skip.The floral shots are great.
    I recognize some of the locations and your photos have added life to familiar scenes. Overall, the blog looks nice as well. Keep up the good work.
    ...Joerg

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