Saturday, September 20, 2008

green

"This Round Robin Photo Challenge is titled, "It Isn't Easy Being Green!" suggested by Julie, of "Julie's Web Journal."  Green is the color... imaginations are encouraged to take it and run with it... the sky is the limit! If it is Green, and it inspires you, it's a go."

hubby and i have just returned from a southeastern-mid western loop of our beautiful country covering over 4000 miles in 2 weeks.  and this a perfect time to introduce some of my shots.  :)

from the denver zoo....

oklahoma pasture

eureka springs, arkansas

to view other green shots, click here!

 

14 comments:

inquestoftruth said...

These are some particularly pretty green shots.   I particularly love the last one, for some reason.   Job well done.
~Meg
PS:  is that your new pet?  heh

madcobug said...

Those are beautiful Gina. A good time to get the green in as it will soon be all colors and then comes the drab colors. I dread seeing all the green being gone. Helen

itsahoot24 said...

Lovely shots and all so different.  But I must tell you that I want to jump in the last shot.  Do you think anyone would mind if I got in the little boat?

lv2trnscrb said...

loved them all! Eureka Springs is beautiful!!! I need to get south one time for a visit; I bet there are lots of beautiful places like this

4000 miles in 2 weeks!! wow!!! I knew you had taken that trip, but I didn't realize how many miles!! you saw and did a lot in that time frame!

enjoy the day

betty

mariebm56 said...

BEAUTIFUL, Gina!! Can't even pick a favorite, they are all equally perfect for this challenge!  Ü
Marie

http://photographsmemoriestoo.blogspot.com/

ondinemonet said...

Hi Gina :)

Fantastic darlin... start to finish! I think my favorite might just be the Gecko? But the water with the bridge is so pretty, I feel like I can step right into the scene. I could get lost in a daydream like that!

Always, Carly

radar446 said...

These are great!!!!  The first one caught me off guard just a little bit, but is a fabulous shot.

Greg

mymaracas said...

All these are beautiful, but that top one is amazing. The angle of the head and the great framing really give that guy personality. Well done!

kvarendes said...

Great photos.  That photo of Eureka Springs takes me back to my hiking days out there.  It still looks the same.  How wonderful.

linnpooh said...

Phenomenal, as usual. Kermit says it's not easy being green, but maybe he needs to see how amazing it can be :)

Pooh Hugs,
Linda

mavarin said...

Oh, wow. I love the color of that lizard (iguana?) and the horse scene is idyllic, but my favorite by far is that river. Wonderful reflections, and that wooden boat or buoy really adds to the scene.

nhd106 said...

Really  nice photos there.   I like the feel of them all.

Nancy

lifes2odd said...

I am so far behind! I know I viewed this entry but guess I didn't comment along the way -- great shots! I really love the first one, that is just too cool!! Martha :-)

fasttrack58 said...

Oh Wow!!
I really love the last one....
Linda :)