In my culture, we celebrate the arrival of spring (in February though) by wearing yellow 🙂 Here are my entries for this challenge. These photographs were either taken at Longwood Gardens, PA or the Philadelphia Flower Show at different times.
The cerulean sea The benevolent sun Shining down bright Waking up to this sight.. A fresh day has begun (Both these photographs are of the Caribbean sea taken from a cruise ship)
https://sundaystills.wordpress.com/2015/03/01/sunday-stills-the-next-challenge-clouds-5/ Dark clouds hovering over Roman Forum, Rome, Italy Fluffy cumulus clouds on a sunny day, BahamasClouds reflected in a lake, AlaskaCloud cover over Los Angeles
God made flowers probably At the height of His creativity For our viewing pleasure He gave us this treasure. Then He designated Spring All things floral Spring had to bring; Now we wait for Spring’s arrival Going through winter survival.
Solar flares at play Along the sun-kissed highway Bathing the afternoon sea In warmth and tranquility. Linking with: https://nadiamerrillphotography.wordpress.com/2015/01/28/a-photo-a-week-challenge-flare/ Along the Pacific coast at Golden Gate State Park, San Francisco
I am a traveler, all alone On Life, an adventure unknown, I go through paths meandering Leaving memories endearing… These paths are full of obstacles But offer marvelous spectacles Sprinkled with uneven grains Of wisdom on every terrain I travel on every which way That I find at the break of each day. Continue reading “Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: 2015 Week #4”
Here is my entry-Rock formation known as “Elephant’s Head”, Ausable Chasm, Adirondacks Region, New York
Ribbon of highway..(road along the Golden Gate State Park) Endless skyway…(Mount Washington, NH)Golden valley- The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, WyomingSands of the diamond desert (from the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia) This land was made for you and me..(Napa Valley, CA)
Weather, the mischief-maker Creeping up through the back door To wreak its havoc in winter Bringing a snow-storm to the fore. (Looking out and watching the snowfall, not looking forward to my daily commute!)
The world reflected In waters pristine Nature perfected This landscape serene. A place for reflection Of my reckless deeds Quiet introspection Into my soul’s needs.
Frost the harbinger Of a cold, snowy winter, Forming icicles in the grass, Abstract patterns on the glass. Frost the precursor Of warm and sunny spring With promise of a long summer And cherry blossoms flowering.
“During the darkest indigo midnight, yet will countless stars blossom.” ―Dr. SunWolf Jelly fish Asters