Naturen kan verkligen komponera färger!Vackert!Nature may indeed compose colors!Beautiful!Lola
Thanks Lola! Good to see you!
You're easily distracted by pretty things, huh?Nice photos!m.
Yes I am! Has always been my weakness.
Very pretty! That's some color, eh? Bet you can see it from quite a way off...Neat rock :-)
Hello Ms.Rock! I bet you would love to be surrounded by rocks! Right Sharon! There is something about them that attracts me too. Maybe the solidness, stability.....
it is amazing what nature does very quietly and beautifully while we are all out here running around like maniacs trying doing things very loudly.
Yes Tony, it (nature) is very busy without us even knowing it! Thank the gods (generically speaking of course! lol) someone knows what 'they' are doing!!Sh-h-h!
The orange lichen looks really pretty on those dark rocks.
Pat, that is what stood out to me.....there was no way to just walk past it!
What a lovely contrast of lichen and rocks!
Your lichen link taught me that lichens can be used for dye. Our spinning class is having a dye day next week. Hmmm. I'll have to do a little research. Fun.
Perfect timing I'd say. Can you just imagine yarn in that saffron colour?
That's fabulous, Jim. I can see something like that enlarged and hanging on the wall. It would make quite the focal point. I love the contrast between the colours. That orange shade really does the trick. Mother Nature is quite the artist, don't you think?
You keep coming up with these ideas Martha....want to be my manager?
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.