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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

OUR WORLD IN COLORS




  Not that i went to an orchard to click this pic.The chance was right behind in our backyard. Our high boundary wall at the back separates our house from the house of our neighbor.  Our back neighbor had planted a Kinnow bush right across the boundary wall. The plant has grown above the wall and the fruit laden branch bends to our side. The about to ripen citrus fruit attracted my attention and this is how i could click this one.


 These white ones adorn our front yard.



 The image of the singleton from  my last year's collections.


Here the pinkies are opening up to the early winter breezy ambiance.



One of my favorites,displaying the peak of the shimmer of golden autumn in the US.



 A giggling group of yellow blossoms look resplendent in the sun light. 


 

























Friends, welcome here as always!
This post is part of:Our World Tuesday.image-in-ing,Flowers from today,
Nature Notes



15 comments:

  1. Such a gorgeous planet we live on! Can you imagine living in Black in white! No fun! Have a great week!
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  2. Nice variety! Do you get to help yourself to the citrus on your side of the boundary wall?

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    1. Oh yes off course,but only on the sly, ha ha ha!!!

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  3. A lovely series of pretty blooms. The Kinnow bush is resplendent with all those lovely fruits. Thank you very much for sharing with Today's Flowers and I wish you a very happy week.

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  4. Kinnow? Never heard of them. Quite a prolific bush - I hope your neighbor is willing to share!
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  5. Lovely collection there. The golden autumn one is amazing...!

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  6. Wow! You have captured wonderful colors through this post and quite delightful photos. The oranges look delicious and hope they taste the same.

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  7. Beautiful warm autumn colours you captured! A rich and beautiful season in the garden. What's hanging over the fence is yours, right? ;)

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  8. Beautiful flowers and fruit..I wish fruit trees would grow here...Michelle

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  9. Hello, beautiful colors, flowers and images. I would love to have a citrus tree. Have a happy weekend!

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