Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Caption this photo (#26)

Where the red fern grows? Nope, that's been done. Anyone else?

16 comments:

Gunn said...

What a beautiful place and photo.
I like the angel you have taken it from.

Barbara said...

I'm pretty sure these are poinsettia plants from the farm in Encinitas. I imagine they were purchased when the building was new, to brighten the home for the holidays. After the holidays, the plants were moved outside and became part of the landscape. Where they continue to brighten our town and live happily ever after. That's more of a story than a caption.

Judy Williams said...

This is lovely. I like the perspective, looking up to also include the sky.

as the two grew together
they blossomed
and became one

intertwining branches
bursting
with the colors
of love

Brenda's Arizona said...

The Emily Dickinson poem comes to mind...
"Like Mighty Foot Lights—burned the Red
At Bases of the Trees"

Julie Hill said...

"well Honey, here we are....don't we just blend in?"

Mister Earl said...

"Are we overdressed?"

Yakpate said...

South Pasadena City Council Votes to Cut Down Out-of Season Blooms.

Ken Mac said...

like a raspberry explosion it is!

San Diego Farmgirl said...

Poor teenage apartment buildings, they break out in terrible acne this time of year.

Laurie said...

These are great. Props to Yak for the topical reference!

pasadenapio said...

The flowers raised up as far as they could in hopes of catching a few hours of sunshine until the rains came again.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

I don't want to give it a title. I just want to look at it. Having said that I like Yakpates best and the red goes to San Diego Farm Girl.

Margaret said...

Window dressing

Laurie said...

Thanks, everyone!

Until tomorrow...

Tash said...

Here I am again...late, but it's never too late...??
I think it's a red coral tree - & I think it looks so beautiful against a nice but ordinary building.
So, a caption: - a coral suffusion profusion??

kate said...

This is a nice picture here! keep it up.