Lens-Artist & Sunday Trees (Umbrella Red, Yellow, Blue)

I was thinking of the Sunday Trees Challenge while at the pool the other day.

I looked up and saw vibrant color.

The lens-artists challenge this week has the theme of “color” and so this post is connecting to both challenges.

A few of the trees were whispering that summer was winding down.

A bit of yellow could be seen amidst the leaves.

But it is still August – at least for a few more days.

We still have plenty of blue sky

and the sun’s warm rays….

All this color reminded me to enjoy my days –

To not let gloominess leave a lingering haze

To enjoy the calming, healing green

while embracing colors, when they can be seen

And yes, some days feel all black and white

and that is natural – quite all right

but the colorful times

can be quite sublime

especially on a Sunday

in the summertime….


Happy Sunday everyone….


Linked to Sunday TreesΒ #354

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #8


Miriam also did an end of summer take for the lens-artist challenge – and I think it inspired me









27 thoughts on “Lens-Artist & Sunday Trees (Umbrella Red, Yellow, Blue)

    1. and our conversation from your post continues – which also inspired this post – I should have linked that post – isn;t it fun how it all comes full circle –

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    1. well i did think of you forthemo – even tho you post about a lot of artists – I have sorta connected you with Mondrian lately –
      thanks for the comment and hope you are having a nice day

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    1. Hi Gilly – the words were quickly written, but not meant to be a poem – although I did change one fo the words to fit better – but this is just a normal flow for me – if that makes sense.
      thanks for the comment


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