A JOURNEY, OR AS THE BEATLES' SONG GOES, "WHEN I GET OLDER, LOSING MY HAIR, MANY YEARS FROM NOW, WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME, WILL YOU STILL FEED ME (NEED ME), WHEN I'M 64 (OR MORE)?
'feed me' is the rhyme with 'need me' , :-)What a terrific coloured flower. And the blue scenes are so soothing. I envy you the visit there.
What a beautiful series this is Kathy!I just love the Bird of Paradise!Such a gorgeous flower.Thank you so very much for sharing with us at The Creative Exchange this week.Have a wonderful day!lisa.
Your pictures turned out beautiful. We did have a nice visit, and San Diego was at its best last week.
I will have to correct the rhyme sometime, hannah, and thanks for commenting. Lisa, I enhanced that pic with 'picnik' to get the bolder effect. Laura, of the 5 pics we had of the Bird of Paradise, this one turned out the best..yours, I believe ;) And thanks for the best time..
Boy, this looks like a trip to paradise! Beautiful sunshine, blues, and flowers! I could handle all of that:)
Oh, how lovely photos. I really like so much ocean and fresh and rich coloros.Best regards :)
Beautiful!Regards and best wishes
what a delightful name for a flower! love how you edited your photos with the poem in the middle. everything breaths :) you suggested me a collage. are you interested in it? I've more photos from the village and a few pink skies :) let me know seetie. xxo
What a lovely blog you have. I enjoyed reading your profile too. Sounds like your visit was enjoyable-love your poem and photos. Mickie ;)
Ana, thank you! I think now is not the time for the collage but I will think about it. Congratulations on how well your blog is doing. I don't have the time to be at the computer so long so don't enter many challenges, but I still follow you;)Mickie, I'm glad you stopped by..
Lovely sunny photos!Thank you for visiting my blog.
Bird of Paradise. I was 18 when I first saw it and was on my first trip abroad. To the Canarie islands. I liked it then. I still do. It is beautiful and it is sturdy. Nice shots.
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