I'm linking up with Donna's Personal Photo Challenge for this month's theme of COLOR. Can you imagine a world without color? Although black and white can be stunning, especially in the world of photography, color adds a whole new dimension to life. After all, Kansas was in black and white, while Oz was in living color!
I've enjoyed the beautiful flowers I've been potting for my summer beds. Here's a gorgeous peach dahlia.
I like the contrast of the peachy blooms against the rich green foliage here:
And don't forget the humble and prolific dandelion!
Food without color would be just awful, don't you think? Try to imagine these lovely peaches in shades of grey...bleeeck!
Vine-ripened tomatoes, sliced and ready to eat, just wouldn't be the same if they weren't red.
This cardinal kept attacking his reflection in our window. It was annoying, but I did get some good shots, even if they were through the glass.
A special thanks to all of you who left messages of comfort and support during my father's final days. Your kind words, thoughts, and prayers helped me through a tough time and I humbly thank you.