Monday, September 15, 2008

Rainy Weekend Snapshots





11 comments:

Sooo-this-is-me said...

Veeeery pur-dee Greg! ;)

We need to soak up all the colors we can before the grey days come.

rethoryke said...

I see the musical selections have adjusted again. Hearing the Moonlight Sonata just reminds me of comparing notes about "Cliffhangers" with you, and trying to tape WPAT's occassional airplay of this music...

Thanks for the morning smile!

Greg said...

And on the gray days, too, Steven!

Hey Rhet! Yep, I left my playlist going the other day while I was painting in the bedroom - there's a whole afternoon's worth of music - and I realized I was depriving you all of the variety by having a set play order...so the random-ocity has returned!

Fun memories of our early musical discoveries...a few songs from that time are on the list, as I know we've discussed before!

: )

Jenn Thorson said...

Oh, they're marvelous all rained-upon in those shots. Hope smiles through stormy weather. :)

Birdie said...

"Rainbow Connection" by Kermit the Frog. How fitting for a rainy day post and this blog.

DS Mark said...

These are great! Flowers always seem to photograph well when wet.

Robin Easton said...

These are some of your BEST EVER photos. They are incredible with drops on them and the colors are amazing. They truly are remarkable.

Was just thinking of you and stop by to say hi. I've been running way behind due to work but hope I get time to post in the next few days. Know that I'm sending you good thoughts and wishes, my friend. Hope you are hanging in....actually I hope you are doing better than hanging in!!! Hugs, Robin

afod said...

Beautiful colors! And the rain drops add that "finishing" touch. :-)

lostlandscape said...

Cool shots! Rose...something...impatiens...dahlia...
This is probably pretty remedial, but what's the blue something in bloom? It isn't something I've grown.

brainteaser said...

HIya there. You have very lovely photos. Oh I so love flowers!

Greg said...

Oh, darn it, James...I knew someone would ask.

I don't actually know what those blue flowers are. I was wandering about a friend's yard during a rainy cook-out...and they were clueless when I asked after the plant.

Pretty though, huh?