Snapping flowers is really cool. Its almost like touching the miracle which made the flower itself blooming and giving so much joy and power to the human eyes.
As you can notice i ve been recently got quite stuck into this sort of camera-activity. Well no, the memory box here is full of wonderful pictures from past walks and travels and unfortunately i cannot have the whole time to upload them all. Themes are great actually. So at the moment it’s the color theme. Which color would you love to see next. Here it is true beauty in yellow dedicated to magical flowers from an amazing urban Flower Show. Enjoy!
A metropoly like Hong Kong is the best place for enjoying some green out on the tiny balconies constellating the hyper tall buildings. It’s the perfect job to realize how precious even a little patch of mother nature is. Here at home we keep changing and planting new seeds, we like to make experiments with new flowers and veggies depending on the seasons, the weather and how appealing they look on the print of the seed paper bag. So far we have been quite lucky until now and the freshness of a prosperous green mini zone has brought forth jolly smiles and astonishments on how gorgeous every detail in the Hands of mother earth is:
mix of wild flowers
basil and tomatoes and chili
mint, lemon tree…
fast germinating salad cress
The last Flower Show in town is still leaving its mark in my heart. Once in a while I find myself browsing the gorgeous shapes and colors which the eyes fell upon months ago.
There is more to see at my Photopoetry blog, with love ‘nd creativity.
While planning vocational movements i m posting for you a sample of random visual searches. This is in China but in somewhere unknown to me at the moment. I used this image to promote a peaceful and spiritual event happened last night far away on the other southern corner of Eurasia, in Italy.
That event was hosted more less in the area dotted with white houses beyond the sea horizon, on the far left corner of this happy image, where children are playing free on a beach during an afternoon of end of Summer last year. I captured them while going back home after a wonderful sea swim. It reminded me of my childhood and how beautiful it is to take advantage of the nature when we have Her so close. We shall never take Nature for granted and enjoy each and every drop of what she openly dispense wherever we live.
Just like this bear is cautiously doing!