Amazing is the power of the sun. Yesterday when the sun shone through little breaks in the clouds, I felt like Wall-E getting a serious power-up...I could feel the energy boil within.
Seeing the sun was such an exciting thing that taking a picture of the sunlight pouring through the window was highly worthy. Please pretend that you don't see the crumbs and dust bunnies on my floor, okay?
The sunlight seemed even more beautiful after a hearty rain yesterday morning and I have to say that my plants were feeling particularly photogenic. We decided to have a little photo session.
The feather grass was feeling foxy.
This little cherry tomato was quite the show-off compared to his friends.
The red bell pepper is still too young to know how beautiful it will become.
The canna in the far back, well, she was a showstopper. But then again, she told me to get her good side.
The whirling butterfly didn't even notice me as they swayed to and fro in the light morning breeze.
This canna near the pool was trying her hardest to be an enigma. I think she was just being saucy. I like multi-faceted canna.
Oh, and the purple elephant ear...isn't her dewy complexion to die for?
The coral bells were sunbathing and pretending I wasn't there.
All was quiet on the red yucca home front except one little beauty that woke up just in time for me to take her picture.
Oh and how could I ever forget Miss Agapanthus...words have not even been created to describe her unveiling beauty.
So, I know, I need to get a life but I'm such a solar-powered individual that this made the depressing weather seem but a far distant memory. You ought to try it sometime yourself.