Mellow Yellow Monday: Gold


desert blooms
after winter rains—
mound of gold

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on June 6, 2010, in Arizona, Mellow Yellow Monday, my digital photos, my haiku, wildflowers. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.

  1. rantingwoman

    Love your pictures–maybe you can work as a photographer next summer instead of a teacher and save yourself a lot of stress.

  2. Lovely blooms of flower. @rantingwoman is right you can be a photographer instead. Have a great day.

  3. Lovely flowers, flowers are really good for the eyes, it can free from stress just looking at it mine is up and its here thank

  4. Lovely, and it takes so little rain to create such rich results.

  5. Really pretty photo.

  6. Beautiful haiku and love the way the branches surround that beautiful gold. Very nice

  7. Lovely haiku and beautiful flowers. Great photo!

  8. It looks pretty in there. Happy MYM!

  9. Very nice. I love the driftwood!

  10. Lovely! I love the haiku as well.

    Happy MYM!

    Liz @ MLC

  11. Nice photo!

    If your interested check out my new photo challenge website,
    A new photo challenge evey week, check it out…its abit different from the others.

    have a good one!

  12. Amazing how plants flower so quickly after the rain.

  13. Great shot and beautiful words.

  14. It’s like a life sign when you see something blooming in the desert !

  15. One who as a WHY to live, bears nearly every HOW. Please have a nice Wednesday.

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