Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Mellow Yellow - Thematic Photography

When I saw the 'Mellow Yellow' theme I immediately thought of garden flowers. Now that winter weather has set in we could do with a bit of brightness.

Lonely Lily
 
This the only lily that survived from six planted some years ago; very year it has produced a show like this.

Just why so many flowers have female names I've never been able to work out but here's one from Cornwall.

Iris - at Bedruthan Steps
However I'd better be careful what I say aboutt this one found in the wild at Portrack Nature Reserve by the River Tees.

Snapdragon!
However this old boy was definitely mellow.

Sam - Yellow Labrador
While this young girl was wondering what she had let herself in for.

Waiting for the boat
to paraglide over the sea.

Finally I have a short video for you to watch.


For other mellow yellow views you need to check out Carmi's Thematic-photographic-224

9 comments:

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Bob .. Mellow Yellow - Donovan immediately springs to mind ... and for some reason yellow wobbly jelly - but yellow sunshine would be nice to be mellow in.

Still time rushes on and no doubt yellow daffodils etc will be putting their little faces above the parapet soon.

Cheers - Hilary

ReBelle said...

Flowers are always a yellow standard.

Peggy Jones said...

Well Bob there is always Bachelor's Buttons and Sweet Williams.
QMM

Bernie said...

Some very nice Lillies there, nice and bright!!

Mines up as well at AussiePomm - Mellow Yellow Caves of Vietnam!!!!

Have a great day!!

Filip and Kristel said...

Cute dog, a mens best friend.

Greetings,
Filip

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Nice video, Bob.

I've always liked snapdragons, too.
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Karen S. said...

You are so right, mellow yellow, brightness- we can use it all for sure- winter has barely hit here yet- and silly me is ready for spring already! I like your collection here Bob....sweet doggy most of all!

Jess Brady said...

Gorgeous shots, Bob!

Kiwi Nomad said...

Those flowers do add such brightness. Hope your winter is not too harsh!