I love green. Green is calm and serene. That’s why I would have had every room in our house in every shade of green if I only had my way. That is also why I love taking picture of leaves and grass and trees. That is why I am glad that the first theme for LIVE AND LOVE OUT LOUD’s Nurture Photography-Fall Challenge is Green.
So today, after school was done, I set out to take photos with green in them. This time, however, I tried to veer away from foliage. Just to have a little change of pace. Happily, I chanced upon these little things.
Yet I wonder –
What happens to them when the season gets colder?
How do they survive, assuming that they survive at all.
Pardon me. My tropical bred mind had never contemplated such things. 😉 And until this time, I have not truly spared a thought for a fly except on how to swat it.
I admit that once I stop thinking of a fly as the pesky bug that it is, it can be pretty. As for the bee, I have no issues with it. It is welcome in the garden as long as it stays away from me. 🙂 I am glad to know that there is more than one variety in the backyard.
Finally, I got this photo. I know. I know I said that I would lay off from foliage photos for this challenge. Yet, I could not resist taking a picture of the sun peeking through the tiny hole on a hosta sepal – that little leaf-like piece that is left on the stem after the flower dies.
I had fun trying to fit the setting sun into that little hole. 🙂
I really like garden themes, so I am joining this fabulous place THE ROSEGARDEN IN MALEVIK. If you love roses and gardens, this is nice place to visit.