For this week’s photo challenge, I put together some old photos that are green. I needed to string together this motley of photographs, so please please, pardon my hasty and silly rhyme. 🙂 And feel free to ignore the words too and head straight to the pictures. 🙂
There are greens that I truly detest
at spring time, they are big pests
there are greens I am happy to see
makes this world as pretty as pretty can be
there are greens that are quite resilient
they grow anywhere, how efficient.
there are greens for souvenirs
of how life was before I moved here
Then there is the green that’s truly useful
the tractor, not the man, is an excellent tool. 😉
Here are the rest of the Green photos.
Here are more of my spring bane. These tiny winged insects eat the plants. I always rejoice when the spiders appear later in spring time.
This grasshopper is relatively. Its body is about an inch long.
I do not know if this bug is friendly or not. Maybe, it is judging from the fact that the blueberry leaf does not seem to be munched on. I spied it sunbathing one sunny spring day. This bug is a tad smaller than a ladybug. I wonder what its name is.
How could a big tree, the oak tree, have such tiny flowers?
This fern was growing in our backyard. One spring afternoon, while I was taking pictures of bugs and weed flowers, I saw this fern stretching out in the sun.
This moss was growing on the bark of a tree in the woods of Maine.
I found this lichen during one late spring walk in the woods near my in-laws’ place in Maine.
GRANADA. That is how we call this fruit in Batangas, Philippines. It looks like a guava on the outside, but the inside looks like the pomegranate’s. It remains green even when mature and the seeds are tart.
This picture is especial to me because I took it from the front yard of my parents’ house when we visited in the summer. I think that this is the leaf of a wild ampalaya, bitter melon. I saw it clambering all over the plants in the yard.