Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Project Yellow/Field of Greens

I'm continuing Anna's Yellow project. Build it and they will come! The birds, bees, wasps, and butterflies continue to come into this field and I had fun chasing them and trying to get pictures today. The whole family has been enjoying these flowers and taking pictures of grandkids in front of them. Look close and see my "double yellow"! (the kayak)

35 comments:

gmj said...

Ahchoo! I love them but they don't love me back :( Truly they do make me sneeze, but so tasty before going to seed. Your doubble yellow.. a canoe?

Andrea said...

Dot, you are so "YELLOW" today. I bet that would make a pretty background for a childs picture.

I wish I would have had my camera today on the way to Walmart. I thought I saw smoke coming out of the trees but the closer I looked I realized the wind was blowing a little and it was pollen blowing out of the trees. It was thick in the air. I am sure it would have made a good picture BUT.....I didn't have my camera with me.

granmal said...

The yellow is so vivid. Very nice and I agree, looks like a great back ground for taking pictures of grandkids.

Rambling Round said...

I noticed the kayak right away. Lovely yellows.

alexander said...

A superb shot! Looking forward to spring. :) Rich yellow colours and kayak at the back add a special touch to the photo.

Alexander
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

CG said...

A veritable FEAST of yellows! Absolutely beautiful and the boat is perfect.

mrsnesbitt said...

The rape seed is out along the lane. When i see the fields of gold it reminds me of the song by Sting.

quintarantino said...

That is a well disguised kayak!

Dot, about the papaya on my blog if you haven´t tried it yet, you should. It's tasty and it's also very good for the stomach.

Old Wom Tigley said...

What a nice bright picture this is Dot.. and another 2 for 1 shot I have come across this morning.
I'm glad you enjoy my post about Hazel the Squirrel.. I did the pictures that way to have more shots of Hazel on view.

Old Wom Tigley said...

I meant to say thanks of the advice about Project Yellow.. I'm going to see what I can come up with today.
Cheers Dot

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

K, I had to grab my sunnies for this post. Whoa, it's a bright one, that's for sure! I love it.

June said...

Oh my, so much yellow! Wonderful picture!

Judy said...

Beautiful. This makes me so want our "brown" to start changing color.

USAincognito said...

I see a kayak in the background! ;)
I used to kayak before my accident. I have kayaked both the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans.

Ida said...

A bright coloured plant.
Healthy as well, as oil. ;)
Yellow is an energetic colour. The strongest colour in nature (for blooms).
Have you ever noticed that the first flowers coming up in spiring are yellow? Dandelion, Tussilago etc.

Craver Vii said...

Chasing bees??? Tell me... How did that go for you?

Nessa said...

Wow - absolutely great shot.

Paulie said...

Beautiful yellow shot! I have one up also that I originally took to put on ODD SHOTS but I never got around to it because there was always something else to choose.

Carletta said...

Now this is a beautiful picture!
I loved Craver's comment - how did chasing those bees go? :)

DeeMom said...

Beautiful OOPS BEEEEEEEEEE U tiful flowers, awesome kayak

Lilli & Nevada said...

I love that color and how wonderful that you have that canoe in yellow as well. I love field but i think it should of been field of Yellow LOL.

happyone said...

Such a bright pretty yellow. That makes up for the lack of sun I've seen in the last week. :-)

photowannabe said...

Love your double yellow, Dot. its fun to see what people come up with for the yellow project.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Te yellow is so bright and cheerful. The yellow "greens" and the kayak. Is that kayak yours?

smilnsigh said...

Fantastic yellow photo! Just plain beautiful photo, any time. :-)

Mari-Nanci

diXymiss said...

Beautiful, vibrant, sunny, yellow... A feast for the eyes!

gaz said...

nice find dot. although i can feel my hayfever tickling just looking at it... ;-]

Betty said...

Great picture Dot...I'm looking a bowl of yellow lemons....Betty

deborah wilson said...

Dot,

This is a good pic - beyond the grass, the kayak quickly becomes the focal point, flooding the eye and mind with the sense of laid back simple living.

AVCR8TEUR said...

This is a beautiful yellow kayak and flower picture against the white background. Good find for your Yello Project.

Katney said...

I know you saw my yellow kayak, too. This picture is great. If you can catch up to one of the bees you will have another yellow--LOL. The bees were sure buzzing around my Japanese Maple today, but it is pink, so the effect would be different.

Anna said...

These are wonderful Dot! I love the kayak in the background! Nice additions to Project Yellow!

Moi said...

awesome!!!! the canoe's precious!!! :)

Texas Travelers said...

My yellow kayak is way out.

Love your double yellow.

Come visit

Susan Kelly Skitt said...

Love it Dot :) We own yellow kayaks :) I love the yellow on yellow :)

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