Selection of things grown – around the house
Rich is the primary color
enveloped in the romantic notion of
dozen red roses
Royalists adopt this color up and down
England, Scotland Ireland and Wales
Draped in Silks Satins and Tartans alike
Round sporting stadiums too
Everyone cheers in northern cities for
Dozens of teams donning Red Shirts
#coloryourworld #cyw #cerise
Chosen for its vibrant pinks
each rose, beautifully set against white royal icing
red in some ways, more deep pink in others
it’s vibrancy happily cheers “Hello!”
some might say cherries might have been a better decoration, but
everyone agrees – its perfect for a mothers day tea.
#Coloryourworld #cyw #razzledazzlerose #pinks
Her colourful persona
quite a presence
to be seen
at any outdoors
garden dinner party
promising rose buds
blush as they open
as fuschias and carnations
lower their heads
at the garden princess
Prepare for a party
As color disperses
accent among the
yellows and blues
#Coloryourworld #cyw #Unmellowyellow
Hardly the mellowest flower in the garden
your bright colour screams for attention –
a central figure among the reds and the blues
look at me! you cry as people picnic on the green grassy lawn.
surrounded by you and your siblings
they agree as they feast on their banana sandwiches
and drink their old fashioned lemonade
you certainly brighten up the day.
As regular readers of my Blog will know, I’ve been attending the Brain and Spinal Injury Centre (BASIC) in my Hometown of Salford , as I aim to address some of the issues linked to my Arrested Hydrocephalus.
Apart from Regular sessions of Memory Workshops – I’ve been taking part in Photographic Classes as a way to occupy myself whilst I’m on “Voluntary Duties”. Therapeutically, it aids my concentration and co-ordination – both of which have been affected whilst I’ve been living with my condition.
Wednesday’s session was all to do with Close-up and Zoom Photography. I took along my Sony Cybershot Bridge Camera for the lesson. We used a Pink Rose and a Backdrop to create some really good shots.
My favourite shot is featured in the header – as I managed to get the detail of the flower in the picture without too much hassle.