First the tall — of the ever-unfolding spring in the Huntington Desert Garden — this bloom on not that tall of a palm … spectacular! And then the small: another sweet cactus with a diadem of magenta blossoms ~
Colors for a magenta velvet and creamy satin ruffly something — of for a bunch of dried hydrangeas!
Pink hydrangea and bright green ferns … and another, magenta-colored flower … such a pretty combination!
A lovely day today in Winterthur, becoming saturated with impressionists, cubists, fauvists, etc at all the town’s spectacular museums–becoming saturated with sunshine too! And you know that if you run across some bougainvillea in a town on a warm sunny day, that town has plenty of that kind of day! Who knew that northern Switzerland was so warm!?
Antique chair with velvet magenta seat against a dark green leafy backdrop with matching magenta flowers: a description for a painting! Or of a curiously regal, public-yet-private-feeling space.
Iconic tavern in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood.
It’s high time for a continuation of this series! This specimen was parked on a very busy street (Broadway!), so it was hard to meet my standards for this genre (e.g. not having a passing car in the shot), but it’s not too bad considering …