Ahhhhh, so beautiful! Certainly a breath of spring air!
Purple and yellow, beautiful colors of spring going into summer.
Every day over the past month I've actually made an effort to really pay attention to the arrival of spring... And you're right about the yellow, but here I'd say it's the yellow and white that symbolizes spring. Beautifully and succinctly put!
Love to see the colors . . . you are much further along than in the North.. .
Is the purple flower a penstemon, or locoweed? I used to sit in the pasture painting the locoweed with weedkiller, plant by plant!Funny that the goat doesn't care for it anymore.
i think of mardi gras with those 2 colors.
There's something so beautiful about purple.
Yes. I hear them!
I think I love wild yellow flowers the most (and then purple): Sunflowers, daisy things, brown eyed susans, yellow sorrel, and my favorite Goldenrod. But NEVER dandelions. Never. Nice rhyme.
And look perfect together!Lynne x
some believe that emblem of victory is this pair, the purple and yellow pair...and i find that joy in the lines.. :)
Me, too, and what a gloriously happy photo!
Yes, they really ARE spring! What are these stunning purple flowers?
yes, spring's hollering!
They speak to me as well.....:-)
And that greenery sure sends up a Springy whisper too !
Yes they do...for me too!!!...:)JP
That's why I am so fond of all the wildflowers that grow on the fields by my apartment despite the fact that the fields get mowed every once in a while. The smaller ones all survive the onslaught and the bigger ones grow back or are not cut down where there are trees or other obstacles and there are lots of them. Each year, the wildflowers gain more ground. I even like the lowly dandelion.
We have those purple flowers,but ours are much smaller. :-)We have a lot of yellows, too.Very nice post, Gail. :-)
Me too! Enjoy your spring on the farm. I'm sure it's a busy time as well.
just the colours and gestures say so much more than words.
So much joy in this combination. Such a happy poem!
Lovely photo to frame your lovely words. I love these two colors together in nature.
What a duet! :-)
I Think God put those two colors side by side to show us that He has a mighty big palette and brush and imagination.
Beautiful colors side by side.
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