Thursday, April 16, 2009

SILVER CLOUDS, BLUE SKY

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This rather alien sky, with the unearthly cloud formations, is actually the atmospheric conditions this flower thrives in.
It`s from my backyard, & the sky is created by the background of blue paint chipping off of an old wooden lawn chair.
Had you fooled, right.
On Planet Earth, a few marine images, with one being of a candle with embedded shells & starfish.
Please make sure to go visit more flowers from my yard, beyond the main post.
I have plenty more for the next few posts.
Have a beautiful day, everyday, Please.

8 comments:

NDD said...

KH, I very much enjoyed the Alien Sky set, as I went through one by one and looked at the large versions, (an endeavor I highly recommend!)

Fun to see that video clip of the tank.

(Hey, AndiF, you sleepin' in this morning...)

AndiF said...

Hi NDD -- I'm up just made a couple of stops before I got here.

Head, I'm with NDD (who must be back in the land of broadband) -- gotta look at those photos up close and personal. DSCN4806 was my favorite.

Pudsy said...

♥♥♥♥
Pudsy.

olivia said...

That is gorgeous Head!

Knucklehead said...

NDD,
I had not noticed that the blue peeling paint background looked like a cloud scudded sky.
I`ve been taking a few little movies but I have to restrict them to very much shorter than the one I posted if I want to email them.

Knucklehead said...

AndiF,
I`m having a hard time keeping up with the flowers here. But I`ll soon be caught up.

Knucklehead said...

Hi Pudsy,
I`m getting the bike all set up for summer riding.
You`ll hear me coming, just be ready.
Then hang on tight. ... No... tighter

Knucklehead said...

Olivia,
These are just surprise flowers that pop up in the yard.
I have no clue what they are. The all twist closed at night though.
Now that I see the sky background (maybe I`m the only one), I`ll see if I can use it more effectively, rather than serendipitously.