the way the light plays
on oleander blossoms
perhaps God is near

Text and photo © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Oleander blossoms, Riverside County, Southern California
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Posted on November 28, 2011, in Blue Monday, haiku, Himmelsk, I Heart Macro, Macro Monday, Postcards from Paradise, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday, Sky Watch Friday, Southern California, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. Thanks for sharing this blue sky.

    Happy Blue Monday!

  2. Richness of color and extending heavenward!!

  3. How beautiful! Visiting from Blue Monday.

    Thanksgiving Blues, have a great week.

  4. I like your picture and your words. Well done!

  5. Excellent oleander shot… I like the sky blue background.

  6. I very much enjoy your macros, but also the haiku. Have signed up to follow your blog. Thank you. kareninkenai (i heart macro)

  7. Ranu Chakraborty

    lovely shot and nice composition. The buds really dont look like the oleanders we have here. very pretty.

  8. Oh what a lovely shot and poetry. They both go so well together.

  9. beautiful sky!

    Visiting for BM! Hope you can visit me too:)

  10. You have blessed us again. Very, very pretty.

  11. Love the post – great composition!

    Have a good week,

    Here’s mine

  12. hopefully, God is near.

  13. I remember the oleander blooms from my childhood, but I do not remember the buds. They are beautiful. No one would think such gorgeous flowers would come from these little buds. Gorgeous capture. genie

  14. Light, oleander, God. . . how can you go wrong. Lovely.

  15. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! Love the blossoms of my favorite color (at least for decorating), red. Nature does make me feel nearer to God.

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