wonderful simple shot!!xo
deep thoughts and perfect photo to go with the thoughts
So gorgeous in its simplicity.
A little bit of country charm in the city, love this image Daryl.
Beautifully simple and lovely treatment.
The green pot looks precariously balanced.
I've been printing and framing some of my photos lately as wall art for here at home. You need to do the same with this photo or else I am going to grab it off your blog and frame it for MY HOUSE! Love this color!!
Yes, why one and not the other?
This is one of your best posts, in words and photo! Love it my friend!
Beautiful, I like the treatment.
Beautiful post and photo, Daryl.Perfect for today.
Textures delight. Concept delights, Dear.Aloha
Daryl, I love this shot! And the effects too!
These plants look neglected--they haven't even been transferred into decent pots, but they bloom nevertheless.
I ask that same questions about my rose bushes all the time. If I could answer it, half of them wouldn't look so darn dead. Oh well. Beautiful picture.
Love the pop of color and the simplicity of this. V
i love the colors here and the sparse little verse to go with it all.
Reminds me of the book A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. For the life of me, I can't recall the story line but I do remember I loved the book.
Why indeed! Very pretty colors...
I see one is a knockout. That's a cool shot Daryl.
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