~rainbow mondays~ never too late to bloom


red: aji colorado peppers from my perrenialized pepper plant


orange: rich lit the first fire in the woodstove on the (rainy) fall equinox.


yellow: the sunflowers had a few brief minutes of actual sun while they were open.


green: with the shorter days comes the slantier light, which can sometimes make for fun photo opportunities. i am looking on the bright side, because i do not typically rejoice at the onset of the cold darkness.

steller blue

blue: you can tell i am still mining jay photos from an earlier photo shoot, because the ground is already much greener and soggier after a very rainy week.


purple: we have a few confused rhodies and other spring blooming flowers thinking it’s time to bloom all over again. maybe they’re right; it’s never too late to bloom, is it?

~rainbow mondays~

a splash of color on monday morning

a photo study documenting the colors of the spectrum: the balance points between light reflected and light absorbed

2 comments to ~rainbow mondays~ never too late to bloom

  • Leticia

    Our rhododendrons (well, my mom’s, in VA) are also confused. She even has a forsythia that started blooming last week!

    Your photos are so amazing, they always make me smile, and I love these posts. Thank you!

    Why try to look on the “bright” side of the coming darkness!! :o) Even our language biases us towards the summer sun lol.

    Love you!

  • aww, thanks leticia! i’m glad you like them. and that is a great point about the bright side of the darkness. lol!

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