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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Power of Reds


Red geraniums seem to thrive even in winter.
These were photographed in a Mornington street.

Resilient reds
Generate warmth on chilled days
Comfort for cold souls


Linking to:
Ruby Tuesday 2

15 comments:

Rath Savinders said...

Comforting for this old soul anyway!

EG CameraGirl said...

Red is indeed powerful!

Ralph said...

The scene is full of almost monochrome reflections, so the plant with the small ruby flowers stands out very well - and allows the home to not look like winter in its pleasant hue...

Kim, USA said...

I like the reflection!

Kim, USA

Meoww said...

Yep, lovely red geraniums. I have dark pink and an orange one. Love those bloomers :)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

You're right: These reds ARE powerful--real eye-dazzlers!

Paradise In the Mercado

Linda said...

I love these flowers - something so cheery about red!

Dianne said...

I love how they're all huddled on one side
great fence reflection as a bonus :)

Daryl Edelstein said...

love geraniums .. back from my get-away and struggling to catch up .. hey!!!

Daryl Edelstein said...

oh my bad, those are begonias!

Leah H. said...

Red is beautiful and so those flowers..

Visiting for Ruby Tuesday 2- hope you can stop by..

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Halcyon said...

I love flowers of all colors, but red ones are my favourite. :)

Liz said...

Beautiful!

My entry:
Ruby Boat

chubskulit said...

Red always pops!

Come see my RUBY post, I love comments!

Carletta said...

I used to have luck growing them up until Christmas when I lived in Virginia (US). I always grew red ones so if it wasn't a bad winter they would fit in with Christmas decorations. :)
Love the wavy fence reflection!

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