Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Texture Tuesday

Pierrot and Columbine
using Kim Klassen's Serendipity




The first peony in the garden and an excerpt from Mary Oliver's touching poem "Peonies"


The link to Texture Tuesday on my sidebar will take you to many beautiful textured photos.

7 comments:

Meryl Jaffe, PhD said...

I love peopnies!

Angi said...

these are very lovely!

The Weaver of Grass said...

I have many different columbine in my garden Hildred - they are such beautiful plants.

Hildred and Charles said...

I think columbine are beautiful too, Pat, - and so reliable. Although I am watching them carefully for mildew in this cool damp spring we are having. Almost summer!

Meryl, the peonies are one of my favourites too, - such a mixture of elegance and blowzy gaiety.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Oh Hildred, I have not heard Nola for fifty years. My sister used to play it - how your blog brought back memories.

Barb said...

Hildred, You make me want t try more texturing on my photos. These are so dreamy and lovely! I also am very fond of Mary Oliver. Here is a link to a recent interview with her: http://www.oprah.com/spirit/Maria-Shriver-Interview-Poet-Mary-Oliver-O-Magazine-Poetry-Issue

What Karen Sees said...

I love these blooms and I especially love the textures that make these photos even more interesting!