Posted on March 9, 2015
by Joanne Edith
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Favorite wine, sipped while in Hawaii.
Caguas Mosaic Sidewalk
Thirsty Visitor: Her pleading eyes speak volumes.
Bandit – My Favorite Cavie
Backyard Swing, amid Vibrant Autumn Colors.
Row, row, Row Your Boat.
Hawaiian Hearth: Can almost smell the baking bread!
“Orange”; often harsher than some hues,
And on the tongue, a strange, ungainly sound,
‘Mid softer shades of green and aqua blues,
Melodic, creamy, apple blossoms ‘round.
It e’en adorns that special ‘red’ we found ,
Contrasting splash for otherwise bland scene,
Our senses breathe it in without a sound,
And suddenly our grasses seem more green.
Peaceable kingdom carries well this dream,
From puppy’s perky paws to backyard swings,
And rocks and fawn in brilliant color schemes,
As lakeside dock shows touch of natural bling.
Between the pretty pinks and ruddy reds,
I laud the orange highlights, in their stead.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange
Category: Photo Essays, Photography, Poetry, Sonnet, Travel Photos, Weekly Photo ChallengeTags: An Engineer's Journal, Autumn Leaves, Backyard Wildlife, Bandit, Caguas Mosaic, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Deer, Mohonk, orange, Swing, wine Label