Ah! The work is keeping me busy these days. But nevertheless, I manage to take photographs. Capturing moments, isn’t it.
Here is one photo from today. I was just walking when I saw this petal, which once had belonged to Royal Poinciana’s (Gulmohar, in India) red flower, resting on the concrete floor. It was still so smooth and seemed “alive” against the rough texture of the ground. I had to click!
Separated and fell or fell and separated, well, that’s just history!
(Click on the photo for a larger preview)
Flowers always make people better, happier and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine to the soul.
~ Luther Burbank
Marigold – yesterday :
Marigold – today :
(…to be continued)
Some of you might remember that I had posted a very similar photo before. You are right! Though, it was of orange color. You can check it out here - Bouquet of Small Flowers in One Flower.
Flowers do brighten up a cold and dull winter day, don’t they?
You are never really alone.
“Where flowers bloom so does hope.”
- Lady Bird Johnson
“Happiness is largely a matter of self-hypnotism. You can think yourself happy or you can think yourself miserable.” ~ Dorothy Dix
I just want to see it…see it… over and over again. And, I don’t seem to get tired.
Have a colorful week ahead!
Which flower is it? Chrysanthemums, often called mums or chrysanths or Guldaudi in Hindi.
What’s in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet…
When your heart opens up tears come, it’s natural. Let it be. Scriptures say that tears of love are so precious that even angels run to collect them. Tears of love and gratitude make our life rich and fulfilled. Just be happy and keep your heart clean and soft, just like a rose.
Wish you a beautiful and lovely time ahead!