A touch of color

A touch of color in downtown Greenville, SC.  This photo was taken by Denton Harryman and posted at GreenvilleDailyPhoto.com on 12/5/2008.
The last few days, on my walk to work, I have notice the sun highlighting the bush shown in today’s photo. So yesterday I stopped and took a photo to share.

3 Responses to “A touch of color”

  1. jill

    The anti-spam word given me is ‘vibrant’! That certainly describes this photo. The colors are quite stunning.

  2. Abraham Lincoln

    That is a nice shot. I love the morning and evening light and would do just about anything to take all my photos during these times. There is a kind of magic light then that doesn’t happen at any other times of the day.

    That bush is a burning bush or sure looks like those up here called Burning Bushes. Here, the rabbits love to eat the lower branches and stems during the hard times in winter. So in the end, a burning bush look like a triangle with the pointed part at the bottom.

    Here where I live in Southwestern Ohio, north of Dayton, the home of aviation, the Wright Brothers and Paul Lawrence Dunbar, the poet; it is snowing and has all day. It is 27 degrees F ( -2.7 C)and roads are a mess.

    I wanted to thank you for your visits and for keeping track of me while I have been both in and out of the hospital.


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