Monday

Whispers of Beauty


 Flowers whisper "Beauty!" to the world, even as they fade, wilt, fall. 
 ~Dr. SunWolf

22 comments:

MedaM said...

It makes me feeling good while looking at this lovely photo! Just fantastic!

June said...

This little bloom is quite the trooper...I haven't seen a flower in a long while around here!

guild-rez said...

Hello Kerri.
Thank you for posting your wonderful pictures.
Cheers from Canada.

fishing guy said...

Kerri: What a neat look at the Black-Eyed Susan.

Darla said...

A little of summer! Very nice, your photos are nice and crisp!

Hilary said...

Wonderfully bright on warm on a dreary day like today (here, anyway).

Denise said...

This photo is absolutely stunning. Gorgeous!!!!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

A beautiful flower on a cold winter day over here.

Carletta said...

A last glimpse of a lovely flower - it was waiting for you knowing you would appreciate it's beauty!

happyone said...

One of my favorites. Nice to see a flower. I'm already looking forward to spring!!

Liesel's Garden Party said...

My favourite flowers, Rubeckia's <3 Beautiful!

Jan said...

Wonderful photo. Makes me feel warm all over.

Moi said...

i love the way yellow adds cheer and warmth to the dullest of the surroundings and days :)

Arija said...

A lovely flower, but I appreciate the love shining between your parents so much more.

Ms. Math said...

Wow, I cannot believe there was still a blooming flower in November! It's nice seeing a little color - it's pretty white around here!

Faye Pekas said...

Love love this. Great composition and perspective.

Becky and Gary said...

So good to see that beautiful color at this time of year.
B.

Laurie said...

Memories of summer...Beautiful!

Anita said...

What a pleasant surprise to see Black Eyed Susans in December!! Wow, you shot this in November. We, too, had a long lasting season.

PERBS said...

Yes, I love it when I still see flowers blooming!!!!!!! I will post a daisy I took this week at church along the parking lot gardens. Some flowers don't know when it is time to hide from the cold and snow.

Appalachian Lady said...

Nice photos--I don't think I have seen one flower since before Thanksgiving.

I gave your blog the Butterfly Award--thanks for posting the wonderful photos of nature.

The Good Life in Virginia said...

beautiful post and i love your header with the birdie.
i live just outside of roanoke.

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