Thursday, March 04, 2010

green

Well really, had I thought ahead I could have kept my previous post for today's theme, Green.

But then I'd not have had the excuse to post some of this lovely green-ness


frosty moss in South London

and though this first photo might be a little chilly around the edges,


ivy "tree" by the Thames in Greenwich, London

some of these greens are pretty saturated in sunshine


seed head - can anyone identify this plant?


Storm King Park, New York State - Andy Goldsworthy wall



New York State


Catskills, NY


Meadow, Storm King Park, NY


Cabbage! London!


France - the Dordogne


Suffolk, England


Wheat - Suffolk, England


Suffolk, England


Sussex, England



You'll find more Thursday Greens over at Theme Thursday

29 comments:

subby said...

Wonderful snaps all! I'm particular to the Catskills one. Used to walk the trails with me Grandmum, when I was a wee lad :)

Brian Miller said...

glad you did not hold out on us...these are amazing and i relished each one...relish is green too right. smiles.

Barbara said...

Wow! Green is such a powerful positive color!

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Green--the color of hope! Thanks for sharing such lovely photos.

willow said...

Ah, lovely green-ness is right! I always say green is God's favorite color.

Betsy said...

Lovely....the ivy is especially nice! Outside my windows today...brilliant blue skies and white snowy ground. :)

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

Plant, artichoke?

Happy TT!
Happy WW!
Happy AT!
Happy March!

hugs
shakira

SHE IS NO LONGER ALONE

OUR KOREAN CATS

GREEN

G IS FOR GLAMOROUS

Jasmine said...

Beautiful pictures. I love to see the sun shining through the green. So beautiful xJ

Akelamalu said...

You hae such a good eye for an amazing shot Lettuce - I love them all!

Ziva said...

These were absolutely beautiful. I'm glad you decided to post these.

Nanc Twop said...

'Andy Goldsworthy wall'

Wow - nice pics, and that Andy was quite a busy fellow!

Holly said...

Always fabulous! !! !

ArtSparker said...

Re seed head: TRIFFID! stand back!

Heh, somebody had to say it.

Wonderful shots, I especially like the first one, tiny worlds...

JGH said...

What gorgeous greeneynesss! Won't be long now...

Ronda Laveen said...

I loved them all but, that first one of the plant emerging in the snow is quite special.

tut-tut said...

Wonderful; love the haying one.

e said...

In the first one, the bits of frost look like diamonds...All are mesmerizing...Thanks!

Poetikat said...

Wow! Green, lush and gorgeous!

Kat

Tracey said...

Lovely pictures!!! And the trees in you last green post are terrifying. I see a frozen face in each one. Was that the point?

Roy said...

Now that's a lotta green! And given your blog handle, I was looking forward to your post of "Green"! Heh, heh!

Baino said...

Gorgeous, succulent, lush . .oh to be in England now that April's almost here . . verdant down under too . . snooze time under the rain. . .lovely

California Girl said...

Lettuce: those are beautiful photographs. I'm glad you identified ea shot. I was so late getting to TT I posted "green" shots of my husband's but was in too big a hurry to identify them. One of them, in fact, is from Moscow where my good friend now lives.

Nice nice post.

tony said...

Lettuce the Greenest Blogger! Happy T.T.

Shammickite said...

Lovely photographs, Letty!
Green is a colour I am looking forward to experiencing first hand, instead of snow and ice, although it's going to be a mild weekend here in Canada and the snow is melting fast. Now that March is here can the greening of April be far behind?

natural attrill said...

Hello again!!
You do take some wonderful photographs. Love that cabbage.
Penny.
x

Liza said...

Incredible!
I am quite taken with the snap of the serpent like Andy Goldsworthy wall.
Thanks for sharing.

Tom said...

somehow i missed you on Thursday this week...bettr late than never, eh?
These pictures really make me wish for spring...i miss lush green.

sue said...

beautiful photos! especailly the frosty moss.. and such a warm fresh glow even with the frost x

herhimnbryn said...

Lush-ness. I am hankering after some english hedgerows and green meadows.