STOP and look around
Colors here there everywhere
Sky clouds birds mountains
A Western Bluebird with Blue
All blue above and below the Sandias.
Osric Owl braving the wind.
Half a moon
I had a terrible time getting this American Coot in focus
Dawn’s colors from home, on the road, and at the office this morning.
42 thoughts on “STOP Color”
You are the expert in finding the colour all around!
That moon shot is ridiculous! As in fabulous.
Truth be told, I like ’em all.
Thanks, Dale. Color happens.
How are you?
I’m okay dokay.
Okay… just checkin’…
You are just dropping by to see what condition my condition is in? Considering life can suck, and then you die, I’m doing great, and shouldn’t be complaining about anything!
I am trying to see what condition your condition is in because I’m feeling a vibe and trying to send you some good vibes to mix in to the ones you might be having.
Thank you for your Good Vibrations I picking up Excitations. I can feel the healing like a kitty’s purr.
My job here, is done… for now 🙂
you might have had a heck of a time with the focus on the American coots but look at the color in the water.. spectacular!💞
The water is very muddy, but it reflects blue and gold from the low sun and blue sky. Thanks, Cindy.
I love how reflections can do that. Nice job! 💞
Luckily you added some pics of the beautiful Western Bluebird (got my first ever recently in Las Vegas) and of course the always stoic Owls to offset those d**n Coots ha. Great definition in that moonshot.
Thanks, Brian. Coots are silly.
You have shared some amazing pictures here, Timothy.
I did stop and look and it was gorgeous Timothy. Just lovely xxx
Amazing skies Tim, and Love the owl…. I painted one this week 🙂 .. And WOW! to that Moon scape….Brilliant Photo.. 🙂
For colors like these, I’ll stop! I love the bluebird in particular.
He was admiring himself in the reflections in my lens. Thanks, Liz.
You’re welcome, Tim! He’s entitled to a little vanity, I’d say.
Great shots, Tim. (I looked like that owl while braving some wind earlier this week…!)
Springs winds have been blowing. Thanks, Bruce.
Beautiful photos, Tim, and I especially enjoyed Osric Owl. He does look a little windblown there.
I am heading out to get a photo of your Mom’s daffodils. Looks like we finally have a good number blooming now. Rain in our forecast today, and down in the 40s.
Thanks, Lavinia. It’s been around 30 in the mornings. Not quite as cold.
The photo should be in your email now.
Got it and responded.
That blue below the Sandias, the skies, the colors [painter showing off!], Osric Owl …that Moon! Perfect ending to my day!
I’m happy to end you day on a colorful note. Thanks, Marina.
Amazing, and inspiring, Tim.
That yellow, did you enhance it or is it completely natural?
It’s natural. We get intense colors in our skies out here. Thanks, Charlotte.
Gorgeous shots, Tim!
Osric is looking good.
Is the nest where you thought it is? At least they are still in the neighbourhood.
I think it is. Little owls should be appearing soon. Thanks, Resa.