Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Project Yellow

I just found Anna's nice blog today and she has her Project Yellow going on this week so I decided to join in. Can you see my yellow leaf? This is not a pond but just a low area that didn't drain well after some heavy rains.

31 comments:

Kelli said...

I see it! Yellow is my favorite color. Great pictures, Dot!

Cris said...

It is a beautiful leaf! Hey, I love the barn from the other post. Take care.

Autumn said...

The yellow challenge looked fun so I posted something too.

Andrea said...

Yes, I see the yellow leaf. I love the reflection in your standing water. Great shot, Dot!

Anna said...

This is great! I love the leaf. Thanks for coming by my blog and taking a look. I bet you will be seeking out yellow this week even with out realizing it!

b13 said...

It looks like someone flattened a banana and set it afloat :) It catches the sun nicely.

Jim said...

Kinda sticks out like it was left over from fall.

Lilli & Nevada said...

That is one big yellow leaf. Nice find.
I too have joined in this project i like yellow.

Max-e said...

Nice shot Dat. I like the reflections in it and the leaf is very striking

Ida said...

Yes. I could see it in the first shot.
...And in the second.... ;)
Good idea and a fun hunt. ;)

Lawstude said...

the yellow leaf stands out...great shot!

evlahos said...

what a beautiful shots. I hope soon to be back

oldmanlincoln said...

Your yellow something is bright yellow. Nice shot.

Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio.

luiz.ramosforest said...

So beautiful view and taken.
Luiz Ramos
PS - Yes, You've seen fresh figs.

Mike said...

You guys actually got rain?! Last time I heard about Georgia on the news was the Atlanta tornado and your terrible drought. I hope this rain has brought an end to the drought.

Love your contribution to project yellow. Thanks for stopping by Dot.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

It's pretty Dot. I would make myself small and jump on that leaf and have fun floating around.

Craver Vii said...

Nope. I didn't--at first. Then I closed out my bookmarks, and voila! It appeared.

I'm divided on how to feel about the rain. I want my newly planted grass seed to grow (without me having to water it), but my son's soccer practices have begun. I'm the assistant coach, so I have to go splashing up and down those wet fields with the kids.

Ah, what the heck... bring it on!

Small City Scenes said...

What a great idea for a yellow post. So bright. MB

quintarantino said...

Great choice ... and that leaf haves a great yellow ...

The Texican said...

Nice composition. Reflections in water are always interesting.

luiz.ramosforest said...

Visit NATURAL SHOT PHOTOS for some fresh figs right off the tree.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Dot
Remind me before the next one.. I saw a few yellow posts today and whilst out this afternoon I went looking..
Neatshape as well as colour

tom

happyone said...

How can we miss it!! It is big, yellow and very pretty.

KOSTAS said...

Good the beginning with yellow! Marvellous the photographs!

Carletta said...

Nice shot Dot - I like the yellow leaf, but I LOVE the reflection in the water.
Beautiful!

Susan said...

The yellow leaf was the first thing that I noticed!You take great pictures!

Rose said...

Love these shots!

Paulie said...

Good one! I like this meme and I played too -- took me all day for blogger to get my post up tho. sigh

Sister--Three said...

Dot, your pictures are so nice.

Sonia said...

WOW! Stunning photos! Love the reflection, it looks like a painting!

Gina said...

So many great shots here but this is my favourite! :O)

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