Sara's Fave Photos Blog

Archive for the 'Ruby Tuesday' Category

Published Friday, April 19, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Bleeding hearts

For a brief time it was sunny out. The garden is in bloom.

I heart bleeding hearts! Pink and white spring flowers in my yard.

Posting this on  Macro Monday, Through My Lens Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday 1, Little Things Thursday, Friday Bliss, Skywatch Friday, Pink Saturday, Shadow Shot Sunday 2All Seasons Sunday1, and Sunday Snap. Thanks so much for visiting here and hope to see you again soon!

Share

Published Monday, April 15, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Rose and orchid bouquet at NWFGS

I am still enjoying my photos from this spring’s Northwest Flower & Garden Show in Seattle. This stunner was on a tall glass pedestal.

Pink roses and orchids from below at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show

Joining  Macro Monday, Through My Lens Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday 1, Little Things Thursday, Friday Bliss, Pink Saturday, Shadow Shot Sunday 2All Seasons Sunday1, and Sunday Snap. Thanks so much for visiting here and hope to see you again soon!

Share

Published Monday, April 8, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Emerging

My friend has a houseplant…and a sense of humor.

Octopus tentacle emerges from ordinary houseplant!

Linking up with Through My Lens Monday, Macro Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday 1, Little Things Thursday, Friday Bliss, Pink Saturday, Camera Critters, All Seasons Sunday1, and Sunday Snap. Thanks for visiting here and hope to see you again soon.

Share

Published Friday, April 5, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Seahurst sunset

Oh my goodness it was lovely the other evening. A quick visit to Seahurst Park in Burien, WA showed a perfect scene.

A boy runs along a Puget Sound beach in front of a brilliant sunset

Joining Through My Lens Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday, Little Things Thursday, Skywatch Friday, Friday Bliss, Weekend Reflections, Pink Saturday, All Seasons Sunday (0ne),  and Sunday Snap. Thanks for visiting here and please come back soon!

Share

Published Friday, March 29, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Orange clivia

This beautiful bulb plant, related to amaryllis, grows well in mass plantings in Mexico. But here it is in our own Volunteer Park Conservatory!

Deep orange clivia with yellow throat, blooming in ray of sunshine inside Seattle’s Volunteer Park Conservatory

Posting this on Through My Lens Monday, Macro Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday 1, Little Things Thursday, Friday Bliss, Pink Saturday, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, All Seasons Sunday1, and Sunday Snap. Thanks for visiting here and hope to see you again soon.

Share

Published Wednesday, March 27, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Bird of Paradise bud

OK, now I know why these plants are called Bird of Paradise. Doesn’t this flower bud look just like a bird’s head?

Bud of Bird of Paradise flower in Seattle’s Volunteer Park Conservatory

Linking to Through My Lens Monday, Macro Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday 1, Little Things Thursday, Friday Bliss, Pink Saturday,  All Seasons Sunday1, and Sunday Snap. Thanks for visiting here and hope to see you again soon.

Share

Published Monday, March 18, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Amaryllis with seeds

My windowsill Minerva amaryllis bloomed earlier. Now a second bloom is happening, and the first bloom actually set seed! Below is a view of the dark brown seed and a second, unripe pod behind it.

Minerva amaryllis second bloom this season

 

Two seed pods, one ripe, of Minerva amaryllis bulb plant

Also on Through My Lens Monday, Macro Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday 1, Little Things Thursday, Friday Bliss, Pink Saturday, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, All Seasons Sunday1, and Sunday Snap. Thanks for visiting here and hope to see you again soon.

Share

Published Monday, March 4, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Brilliant sunset

The recent sunny days and brilliant sunsets have been such a blessing to us in gray Seattle.

Winter sunset from Highline College in Des Moines, WA

Joining Through My Lens Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday, Little Things Thursday, Skywatch Friday, Friday Bliss, Pink Saturday, All Seasons Sunday (0ne),  and Sunday Snap. Thanks for visiting here and please come back soon!

Share

Published Thursday, February 28, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

NWFGS bouquet

The Northwest Flower & Garden Show just ended in Seattle WA is a fabulous for the bouquets as well as the garden displays. This darling one has a plant, maybe a succulent, that I have never seen. Anyone know what that big flat green thing is?

Orchids, anthuriums, and other flowers and stems in this stunning display

Linking with Through My Lens Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Pictorial Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday, Little Things Thursday, Friday Bliss, Pink Saturday, All Seasons Sunday (0ne), Shadow Shot Sunday 2, and Sunday Snap. Thanks for visiting here and please come back soon!

Share

Published Saturday, February 23, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Flower arrangement structure

Not sure what to call this blue-ribbon winning piece of floral art I saw yesterday at Seattle’s NW Flower & Garden Show (#nwfgs). Not a bouquet, not really an arrangement, more like a sculpture, it towered over onlookers. The complete, enormous arrangement:

By LaVassar Florists, Path to Mindfulness

Here are closeups of the top and bottom parts

Tiers of roses and ferns bedeck this flower sculpture

 

Enchanting tiny path with ferns

Joining Through My Lens Monday, Macro Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday, Little Things Thursday, Friday Bliss, Pink Saturday, All Seasons Sunday (0ne), Shadow Shot Sunday 2, and Sunday Snap. Thanks for visiting here and please come back soon!

Share

Published Tuesday, January 15, 2019, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Orchid bouquet at the Flower Show

I’ve been thumbing through last year’s photos from Seattle’s big Flower Show, always early February. Soon! #NWFGS

Orchids, protea blossoms and graceful greenery in a tall glass vase with hanging globes

Visit Through My Lens Monday, Macro MondayGood Random Fun MondayRuby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Pictorial Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, My Corner of the World Wednesday, Friday Bliss, Pink Saturday, My Sunday Photo, All Seasons Sunday (0ne), and Sunday Snap. Thanks for visiting here and please come back soon!

Share

Published Friday, December 28, 2018, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Daytime Christmas tree

Our Christmas Eve day tree. I like how it looks in the daytime almost as much as the nighttime.

Santa looks out over our Xmas tree and the plants

Connecting up with Through My Lens Monday, Good Random Fun Monday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Our World Tuesday, Pictorial Tuesday, Tuesday’s Wordless WednesdayWordless Wednesday, Wednesday Around the World (WATW)Weekend Reflections, Friday Bliss, Pink Saturday, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, All Seasons Sunday, My Sunday Photo, and Sunday Snap. Thanks for visiting here first.

Share

Next »