Colors #7

The color of calmness and clarity. Turquoise stabilizes emotions and increases empathy and compassion. It emits a cool calming peace, gives us a boost of positive mental energy that improves concentration and clarifies our mind, and creates a balance that clears the path to spiritual growth. “A turquoise given by a loving hand carries with…

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Colors #6

The color of trust and loyalty. Blue has a calming and relaxing effect on our psyche, that gives us peace and makes us feel confident and secure. It dislikes confrontation and too much attention, but it is an honest, reliable and responsible color and you can always count on its support. “How sweet to be…

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Colors #5

PINK! The color of love and compassion. Pink is kind and comforting, full of sympathy and compassion, and makes us feel accepted. Its friendly, playful spirit calms and nurtures us, bringing joy and warmth into our lives. Pink is also a feminine and intuitive color that is bursting with pure romance. Pink isn’t just a…

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Colors #4

RED! The color of passion and energy. Red draws attention like no other color and radiates a strong and powerful energy that motivates us to take action. It is also linked to sexuality and stimulates deep and intimate passion. Red is ubiquitously used to warn and signal caution and danger. “Red is the archetypal color,…

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Colors #3

ORANGE! The color of enthusiasm and emotion. Orange exudes warmth and joy and is considered a fun color that provides emotional strength. It is optimistic and uplifting, adds spontaneity and positivity to life and it encourages social communication and creativity. It is a youthful and energetic color. “Orange is the color of the sun. It…

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Colors #2

Yellow! The color of happiness and optimism. Yellow is a cheerful and energetic color that brings fun and joy to the world. It makes learning easier as it affects the logical part of the brain, stimulating mentality and perception. It inspires thought and curiosity and boosts enthusiasm and confidence. “It is the color closest to…

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Colors #1

Green! Where do you look to find the meaning of green? Is it in the pale yellow-green of newly sprouted blade of grass? Can it be found in the dazzling sparkle of an emerald? Or does green’s meaning reside in the aromatic depth of a drizzly pine forest? Green inspires and vitalizes us in all…

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Colors

I am taking the easy way out from dilemma, going with color theme, mostly. Most likely the photos will be of flowers, but I might surprise you and myself, who knows what colorful things I will find to photograph. “Color in a picture is like enthusiasm in life.” – Vincent Van Gogh “Mere color, unspoiled…

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Something I noticed #21

When looking carefully, something I noticed was this bumble bee. That’s all for today.

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Something I noticed #20

These flowers are something I notice everyday when I sit by my computer as they can be seen from my window. Pretty, are they not ?

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Something I noticed #19

Red apples in the apple tree was something I noticed first , I also spotted couple rotten ones.

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Something I noticed #18

These bugs are something I noticed , lovely orange shield bugs and a ladybug

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Something I noticed #16

Butterflies..so many of them this year, something I noticed was that lots of people got beautiful shots of them, these are some of mine. Not the best, but I have to record of being able to catch few on the “film”.

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Something I noticed #15

This fly, bug..I’ve no idea what it is as a species, but something I noticed was the bright green color, it was such a great contrast to the garland it was on. I must admit, I was happy I had my camera on hand.

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The wonder s of water lilies

I annually visit Mustio castle. I love the beautiful park and the dock that is surrounded by water lilies. I have yet to unload my camera disk, these I took with with my mobile.

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Heartleaf oxeye

Telekia speciosa , attracts day butterflies (nettle butterfly), honeybees and beetles as you can see and as we have to keep them safe so we will have flowers etc in the future too, this is a great flowers addition to the garden.

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Daisy

“The splendor of the rose and the whiteness of the lily do not rob the little violet of it’s scent nor the daisy of its simple charm. If every tiny flower wanted to be a rose, spring would lose its loveliness.” – Therese of Lisieux In our case, summer would lost its charm as daisies…

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wild berries

We are now enjoying the wild strawberries – Fragaria vesca. So many names 🙂Fragaria vesca, commonly called wild strawberry, woodland strawberry, Alpine strawberry, Carpathian strawberry, European strawberry, or fraisier des bois, is a perennial herbaceous plant in the rose family that grows naturally throughout much of the Northern Hemisphere, and that produces edible fruits. Vaccinium myrtillus or European blueberry is a species of shrub with edible fruit of blue color, commonly called…

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Tiny flowers

I found these tiny, tiny flowers as I looked closely to the ground during my stay at the summer house. Always a joy to capture the nature’s tiny wonders

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Buttercups

as you can guess, we spent the weekend in the countryside 🙂 This summer has been so odd, all the flowers bloomed so early, at the same time and seemed that the lasted such a short while. Here are shots of buttercups.

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