Weekly Photography Challenge: Vibrant

Bloggers in the depths of the northern hemisphere winter are looking for something Vibrant as a promise of spring. Way down under, it’s summer still but some of us are looking forward to autumn and cooler, crisper days and nights. We’ve had some good rain at last (after months of almost none), so the garden has perked up and is looking much more vibrant. The frogs that have been hiding somewhere have also perked up and are calling loudly, vibrantly, non-stop. Too bad I can’t take a photo of noise!

Here we have my eldest son Simon with his niece, Matilda, Morgen the cat asleep as usual, and contrasting nicely with the vivid colours of a vintage comforter. A book of vibrant poetry arrived in the mail this week, to be enjoyed with freshly made Welsh cakes and a big mug of coffee. Today I had toasted Turkish bread with hummus and home-grown tomatoes. The amaryllis belladonna have opened their petals, their perfume is as vibrant as the colour. Also in the mail – three new card designs for Sukie’s Original, and finally, the little camp chairs that I re-covered with brilliant orange and green canvas. I’m waiting for the day when Juniper and Matilda are both big enough to sit on them!

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6 thoughts on “Weekly Photography Challenge: Vibrant

  1. A lovely group of photographs. The Belladonna lily especially caught my eye. This most hardy of plants doesn’t want to grow in my garden. It is very frustrating seeing it blooming at will on open ground in unpromising soil yet no success here.

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    • Hi Jade, click the link (“Vibrant”) to learn more about WPC. For the collage, after uploading photos, I click on Create Gallery, then Create a new gallery – in the Edit Gallery screen, I select Tiled Mosaic, then Insert Gallery. I hope that makes sense! The WordPress archives have lots of helpful posts about how to do different things on your blog. Have fun with it!

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