Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Yellow Fever

I am tired of the dark and the sleet and the cold and the colorless. And I know most of you are, too. That is why I am showing you some of my best yellows today.  Yellow is happiness and optimism, though in Greece it means sadness. Oh my, how could yellow make anyone sad?



“The earth turns gaunt and gray, the world silent and sad, sky and land lifeless, colorless.”
Isaiah 24

25 comments:

reana claire said...

Yellow is one of my favorite colors! It is bright and clean.. sort of brightening up the day with yellow!

Ela said...

Hello Ginny, yellow is beautiful.
I like the yellow in the garden especially sunflower. Yellow is a symbol of positive, happiness and sunshine in the sky.
Greetings

Ann said...

This yellow fever is just what the doctor ordered. Yes, I'm also sick of the colorless. Not too crazy about the dark, sleet and cold either.
Odd that yellow could mean sadness. It's one of the happiest colors I know

From the Kitchen said...

You've brightened my day!

Best,
Bonnie

RoeH said...

I love yellow. It's a happy color.

Laurie said...

I had to come visit to see whats new in your part of the world, beautiful yellows!!!!ts all snow and sleet here too, I hope you are well,

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Oh you and me both...we've had dark, dreary days for about a week now, and I'm so ready for blue sky and sunshine.

Your yellow fever warms my innards.

Ruth Kelly said...

The only thing that I don't like in yellow is a car but I love yellow in nature and on that sweet little girl.

Sandra said...

this is most defintely a happy post and yellow is happy, but it was really really sad when mother painted her entire kitchen, including the cabinets and walls, the color of that car. we nearly fainted when we saw it. i love the tiny flowers inside the flower in the header. amazing detail... love the parrot HAPPY YELLOW DAY

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I can most certainly handle this kind of yellow fever.

Tamago said...

Such amazing photos! I think yellow is very cheeful color and can never imagine sadness! It's been cold, rainy, dark here lately. Thank you for the bright photos :-)

Amazing wonders in my life said...

Lovely collection

Linda said...

What a sunny, bright and cheerful post, Ginny. I also love the green background.

Alice said...

I needed some yellow today!

Filip and Kristel said...

Incredible yellow serie. Love the butterfly and the parrot.

Greetings,
Filip

Shug said...

Thanks Ginny for bringing a little sunshine to my day. We have sure had some gloomy days around here. Can't think of anything better to cure me of the blues, than a splash of yellow....and you sure provided that. Enjoyed..
shug

LC said...

Nature's fall color for our area is yellow of goldenrod and other wild flowers. I loved that ladybug close up!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I love the bee and the ladybug!

Chatty Crone said...

I remember a lot of these photos. I love the header - I think it is absolutely gorgeous.

Do you know I bought a yellow bird seeder like the one you have - you told me where you got it.

Yellow is a happy color!

Love, sandie

Rose said...

Oh, Ginny, these were a sight for sore eyes...so bright and cheerful. Loved them.

wildlifewatcher said...

Hi Ginny, what a sunny golden day! Have a fine Thursday tomorrow! Love that bright gold tree in the bottom photo.

SquirrelQueen said...

I'm with you Ginny, the weather has been gloomy for awhile and it's time for some sunny colors. I love all your shots especially that cute little eye peaking through the donut hole.

Dee said...

I forgot how bright and cheery yellow is....what is picture number three? Is it a feeder?

Anne Jeffries said...

Fabulous yellow. Fabulous.

Cindy said...

Yellow all the way Ginny, it brightens a dark and dingy day. Lovely photos and post thank you.