Tuesday, October 27, 2009

#300-365 Spring

Two posts today as I have been playing Possum, today is the 300th day of the year, so this is the 300th theme that I have posted, another advantage of living in Paradise! I took this shot a few weeks ago just as Spring got underway, but held off for today to post it. Just thought that you people huddled up in your Igloos this winter would appreciate even bolder colour that your fall provides. Well Done all, on reaching 300! Yippee!

10 comments:

veejayr said...

Ah, the dreaded bottle-brush!!! Lots of red ... beginning to look a lot like Christmas ...

Chesney said...

Gorgeous, and by the way, you will be happy to know that I am not huddled against the fireplace, a nice 68 degrees and bright blue skies on my end...no snow! :)

Clara said...

Beautiful picture, Ron. Right now, our weather is beautiful, so you can't intimidate us. I read the info about Ned Kelly and it was a great story. I forget that Austrailia had a "wild west" also.

BobbieCoughlin said...

No igloos yet...and and least we aren't invaded by fuzzy red caterpiggles!

Sherrie said...

Hi Ron,
I like this shot, it's very bright and red. Sorry to say, not really, that there has been some great weather here also. We are having our Indian Summer right now. No Igloos yet!!! Have a great day!

Sherrie
http://sherrie-myphotosgoodorbad.blogspot.com/2009/10/217-of-365grass-turf-lawn.html

morrdrakens365 said...

Yeah, well done! :)

Beautiful picture. Even though we don't have any igloos yet I really miss spring now.

lijola said...

Congratulations on posting 300! We are still having wonderful weather...in fact today was picture perfect, so there! Great red-very spring-y.

Lorri said...

It was so funny to see the title "spring" in your shot! I forgot we are in different seasons. Love the bright popping red.

ellens365 said...

Bragging is so unseemly :-) Those are beautiful, is that the tree that blooms at Christmas too?

klsbear said...

A lovely day here too - sunny and mid 60's - seems your power to bring on the big chill is waning Ron!