I found this bright yellow flower among the masses of snow-on-the-mountain. Isn’t it pretty? I saw it in the corner only after I had taken the photo.
The lovely, the different, creeps into our lives in unexpected, silent ways, and it’s up to us to pay attention and honour the visit.
25 thoughts on “One Yellow Flower”
I completely identify with the yellow flower. We share the same path… 😉
You were a lovely surprise in my blogging life. ❤️
Right? So cute. 🙂
Yes Lynette, we all come across such unexpected wonderful people in the journey of our lives.
Yes, one of life’s wonderful gifts. 🙂
Now you got me grinnin’ again… 😉
I love contrasts like a flower in the snow. Paradox’s are fascinating to me. Thanks or sharing.
You’re welcome. 🙂 I like them too – very fascinating. 🙂
I see you have a eye for pictures like my wife. It’s difficult for a walk to go uninterrupted without her zooming in on a flower or bee, but it’s terrific characteristic to notice the beauty of nature. It can be a bee, a sunflower or a tree growing from a rock face – beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and both of you see beauty all around.
Thank you – what a lovely comment. 🙂 You’re right, I am like that too.
I wonder if Snow-on-the-Mountain would grow here. I have a rocky, weedy bank that would be perfect. Another great pic from the GWN. Beauty, eh?
Thank you. 🙂
This snow-on-the-mountain lives in the garden of a good friend in southern Alberta. So that garden is a lot more south than I am right now. 😉 That area of southern Alberta is classified as semi-arid desert, so this plant is quite hardy and should do fairly well as long as you water it. Once it takes hold it’s an excellent ground cover. I’ve grown it before and really like how bushy and pretty it is. 🙂
“To honour the visit” – I love that. Beauty always seems to visit us as a surprise.
Thank you! 🙂 Yes, it always feels like such a nice surprise. 🙂
Simple, beautiful. Yellow flowers make me smile
Oh yes, so bright and cheery. 🙂
Yellow always knows how to liven up the joint. 😀
So true! Yellow knows exactly how to do that! 🙂
Bloom where you are planted. 🌼
Unexpected, but welcome and pretty in that far corner of the frame.
Thank you. 🙂 It was such a lovely surprise to find it there.
One tiny ray of sunshine, peering up through the snow. 😍
Thank you. 🙂 I couldn’t believe that I had missed this little guy and only saw him after I took the photo. Sometimes, we need a different lens. 🙂
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