When I saw that this week's photography theme was vibrance, I thought about just following Josiah (8) and Grace (5) around with the camera and catching all their energy in photographs.
I didn't. But I thought about it. And the thought made me a little tired.
So, instead, I focused on the bright colors around me, like the wisteria climbing high into the trees. One day, I hope to have wisteria in our yard. Until then, I can enjoy what grows along the road and in other people's yards. (There's a lot of it around here. How about in your area?)
And then there's the vibrant colors in the produce department...
Bright yellow pansies in front of one of the stores that sells all the supplies you could possibly need to grow bright yellow pansies, or nearly anything else...
And my own vibrant little purple phlox blooming around the lovebirds.
That first pic is absolutely breath taking. Thank you for sharing.
I've never seen wisteria like that before! I am jealous that we don't have that around Chicago. I also love your produce shot, perfect.
All these bright colors cheered me up. And now I want an apple! =>
that wisteria is gorgeous! and those apples look so shiny and yummy. nice shots!
wisteria! i've been trying to remember that name all week... lovely.
The wisteria is gorgeous!
well done on vibrance...these are great!
I WISH we had wisteria around here. These are beautiful shots!
I love the shots of the apples - what great color and lighting!
Oh Wisteria - be still my heart. I LOVE me some wisteria. :) Great captures!
The pansies shot is definitely my favorite!
These are all great shots! I love the geometric feel of the produce photograph. Great great color!
Oh, I want to be in your yard. Beautiful flowers!! We're still getting snow... so depressing.
aahhh - those apples<3 great job!
i love that pic of apples at the store! beautiful :) i'm gonna post a round up of You Capture faves tomorrow, and will include it if that's ok. It'll go up at 5:ooEST
p.s. cocoa beans is the nick name my mom calls me :) love it!
Love the picture of the apples. Beautiful.
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