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After my hiatus in art, I experimented some in abstract.  Over the years my attraction as well as the shapes have grown more to the whimsical side.

In my early days of coming back to painting
did more abstract work than now
used strong invasive colors
simple and heavy lines
(One Word Sunday, Randomosity: the Good)





Fri Hunt: Begin with X:  XOXO
Week’s Favorite:Sunset
Insect: with flower

Nature paints some flowers in strong colors but lightened by the sun.
It does not disturb this pretty bumble bee though
Randomosity the R, Floral Bliss, Floral Fri Foto, Bloom Friday, Fri Hunt)






Looking down on the swirly water it’s nice to have some more neutral colors.
(Tue Texture, Makro-Tex, ABC Wed. – W)




One of the Doors of the building my oldest grand graduated
(Tue Treasure, Thurs. Doors, Weekend Reflection




Golden Sunset in Colorado
(Sky Watch)



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42 thoughts on “FIERCE or NEUTRAL COLORS

  1. Now that I got a new camera, I am hoping to do more macro photography. I have done some food shots and it is working really well. I want to be able to capture insects like the bee on one of your photos.


  2. Thank you very much for a lovely comment! I’m so happy that you enjoyed the walk in my garden 🙂
    You managed to get a real close up of the little working bee, cute little thing – and important!


  3. Hello, Love your pretty flower. I always enjoy looking at the ocean. The sky shot is beautiful. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!


      • You’re welcome, Jesh. 🙂

        I once took a photo of a great old window in an elementary school in a now-defunct town. The window reflected the evening sky and trees, which was a very unexpected surprise for me, too, once I imported the images from the camera. That is the great thing about photography; you often get more than you expected or even dreamed.
        Thanks. 🙂


  4. I love the honey bee – looks like it is on a wild rose. The shot of the swirling water is just stunning. Great photographs as always!


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