Sunday, March 14, 2010

Seeing Red on a Gray Day

Here in Michigan, I'm embracing these gray and damp days of pre-spring. They aren't conducive to being cheery when they drag on and on but...this is my last spring in the Great Lake State so I'm determined to enjoy them. Until I have time to go out and capture the murkiness in some artistic way, I'm going to refer to some oldies but goodies. It wasn't easy coming up with red-themed photographs the other day so I scrounged around for a few more.

Above is a lotus in the Portland Japanese Garden.

Graffiti in Oaxaca, Mexico:

This makes me salivate:

"You can trust your car to the man who wears the star..." Target practice on a Texaco sign:

Autumn in my neighborhood in Michigan:

Waiting for water to spout out of the mouth at Millennium Park, Chicago:

1 comment:

  1. These are so cheerful! Haven't seen Texaco in a LONG time! And I particularly love that watermelon!


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