Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Colorful April


“Life is about using the whole box of crayons” – RuPaul

“Color is the place where our brain and the universe meet” – Paul Klee
Amy over at “The World is a Book” brings us this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #143: Colorful April.  
To see Amy’s offering and those of other bloggers who responded to the challenge click here
Categories: Flowers, Landscapes, Photography, The Journey, TreesTags: , , , , , , , ,

24 comments

  1. Those photos are stunning! I love the blues and purples.

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  2. The Eastern (Western) Redbud is such a magnicent-looking tree. Such striking images you’ve presented of the flower-buds contrasted against the rugged bark and lichen. Sorry that I haven’t visited you in ages, but I’ve been dealing with pain issues that have taken over my life. Hope you have a wonderful day, Arati.

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    • Thank you for stopping by and sharing your thoughts Olga. I understand how dealing with pain can be debilitating and how it has taken over your life. I imagine you might be longing for some relief and ease.
      I’m glad you enjoyed seeing these images and I agree about this tree being magnificent-looking. There are quite a few of them in this area an I have enjoyed photographing them every Spring. I love the way the flowers grow straight from the trunk, like little bouquets.
      I am moving out of this area at the end of the month and seeing these trees blossom in the Spring is one of the things I will miss.
      May you be well Olga.

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  3. So beautiful! The color is exquisite!

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  4. Beautiful, Arati. The flowers look like members of the orchid family growing as epiphytes on the tree. –Curt

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  5. Absolutely fabulous! What are these flowers?

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  6. Fabulous close-up images. Very unique, but so beautiful!

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  7. Lovely quotes and the images.

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