Just a single picture from yesterday’s walk – another of those shorter walks which took in a stretch of old railway track. We have had a lot of rain recently so everything was very wet and I spotted this brightly coloured leaf just laying on its own in a patch of what was mainly mud with a few other rotting leaves. I just loved the way the brightness stood out against the dark blues and browns of the surrounding ground, much in the way a beacon would stand out in the darkness of night.
There is always some brightness if you look for it.
This shot was taken with my phone because I didn’t even take my camera with me…..which is unusual in itself 🙂 ! Its great that phones have such good cameras these days!
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No color left here, mostly the brown of vegetation and the white of snow.
Yes, most of ours is like that, but without the snow 😦
Lovely picture. I like the idea that there is always some brightness if we look for it.
Thank you, you are very kind. I know we sometimes have to look for the colour in life, but its always there and it is better than just seeing mud.
Yes it was 🙂
Beautiful photo. I love the contrasting colours.
Thanks Lynette 🙂