I spend all summer taking colorful photos of the flowers in my flower bed. Now it’s November and the days are short, grey, and gloomy.
I only posted a tiny fraction of the pictures I took, and there is no reason for this color and light to be stored away and forgotten. We needed it then, and we need it even more now.
Zinnia and I are about to head to the Mansion this morning for my meditation class, but I dug out this early photograph of my beautiful Nasturtiums before we go.
I’m going to post a flower picture several times a week, all through the winter. No reason to hide the color and light.
This is the first day of what I call my Winter Color And Light Project.
I think these particular flowers were meant to light us up and lift our spirits.
You are invited to come along. My photos are free; you can use them any way you want. Some people paint them, print them out, and use them as screen savers.
None of my photos are bookmarked or copyrighted; they are gifts to my readers, many of whom have put up with me for years.