Tuesday, 25 June 2013

PICTURE THIS #205 ~ GREEN

Hi Mitch and everyone else still around this Tuesday into a Green week. 


 Not my favourite colour either, though I love the green countryside after a spring rain. That is not going to happen here as we are in  the middle of winter. Spring Day is way on, 1st September and the first rains only expected about October, November. 



Got some greens for you anyway *smile*




1.  GREEN GUMBOOTS PUT TO USE ANOTHER WAY  IN A GARDEN SHOP

GREEN - GUMOBOOYTS



2. MY GREEN CERAMIC POND FROG PEEPING OUT THE GREEN FERNS
  GREEN - MY GREEN POND FROG



3. AFRICAN GREEN PIGEON STUFFING HIS FACE WITH BERRIES IN A GREEN BUSH
  GREEN - African Green Pigeon

11 comments:

  1. Wow... Marianne, how great your three 'greens' are!!! Very cool composition in the first one, making it be my favourite...

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    1. thank you Belita, those boots made me stop in my tracks, so very unusual.

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  2. Marianne, what a clever way to use your gumboots. The pigeons in North America don't have that green tinge. Very good images.

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  3. Hi Marianne!! Good to see you've caught up with the themes now :-))

    Three great shots for this theme. Great use for gumboots when they're not being used for anything else. Had to smile at the little sign about shopping, too :-)) Cute little froggie. Good shot of the Green Pigeon having a berry nice lunch. LOL.

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  4. That's one good way of using the Wellies. Love the frog (I had his baby brother in the garden, but he died through the frost).Great pic of the pigeon, he is real?

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  5. Love your pictures, especially the green pigeon. That is stunning.

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  6. Quite wonderful use of the boots.

    La Green-oille.

    "This is my good side."

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  7. What a pretty arrangement with the rain boots. SO creative. I love it!!!

    Cute lil frog!

    Beautiful shot of the green pigeon.

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  8. lovely lovely especially the boots love them

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