Tuesday, 5 October 2021

Pink


So last week I decided to move myself off the couch on my day off and get back into walking around my usual route. On the first street a Rhododendron tree was in full flower and funnily enough the lady walking in front of me was wearing pink, I thought the colours went together quite well.

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16 comments:

Lydia C. Lee said...

In lockdown getting out becomes more of a hassle. You have more time but somehow have less time. #Thrumylens

NatureFootstep said...

how lovely o see the Rhododendron tree blooming. Up north we are at the end of fall and soon everything will be grey and dull. I already long for spring. :)

Pauline said...

Love the Rhododendron. Today I thought I saw a pohutukawa coming into bloom. Surely I was mistaken. Isn't it too early for them?

Tigger said...

Well spotted colour accents. I hope you enjoyed your walk.

local alien said...

That looks like a wonderful walk. Flat for a start! Its lovely when the trees and shrubs are in bloom. Really lifts the spirits

kwarkito said...

a funny association. Springtime is so nice. it's my favorite season

bill said...

My wife loves Rhododendrons. Good that you are going for walks again but it hard to stay motivated.

Graham Edwards said...

They match rather well.

Villrose said...

Nice tree and nice shot.

carol l mckenna said...

Lovely pink colors ~ great shot of the tree ~ Xo


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Iris Flavia said...

Fun encounter!

Shiju Sugunan said...

Great color coordination :))

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Einari Sinappi said...

Nice street photography. Love the pink on pink.

Veronica Lee said...

Haha! We share the same title today!

Lovely capture, Amy!

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What a treat for the senses!
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betty-NZ said...

The huge flowering trees always catch my attention, too!

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