Monday, November 4, 2013

Shades of blue and green in our world

Kay Davies photo
Winter looms, so I enjoy a look through our autumn archives, for the blue of the sky, the blue-green of our low-lying Juniper bush, the deeper green of my Alberta Spruce, the dark green and red of the crabapple tree, and the yellow-green of a late last moth.

Kay Davies photo
Richard Schear photo

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Phil Slade said...

Sorry to hear you have not been 100% of late Kay. Put your feet up, get better soon and tell Richard to go and make you a hot milky coffee with a dash of brandy. It works every time.

Margaret said...

Autumn archives … it is a time of reminiscing.

Powell River Books said...

Trees are green, but in such a variety of shades. I love crab apples that have been preserved with sugar, cinnamon and spices. - Margy

Electra said...

Winter DOES loom, doesn't it? I didn't make it to the park you told me about, as we worked 15-hour days each day. But I have the map and shall go next time I am in Edmonton. Who knows, maybe it will be a pretty winter day!
And you take it easy, my friend!

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

I love our blue spruce! They are wonderful trees.