Monday, June 29, 2009

Sundrops for Mellow Yellow Monday

These beautiful yellow Sundrops are just beginning to open in my garden, They add an optimistic note which helps counter act the dullness of the many rainy days we have had recently and the wet forecast for the remainder of the week remains rather dismal as well.These Sun Drops remind me of giant buttercups.I will enjoy their sunshiny colour all week.


To view a wonderful variety of yellow-themed photos from other bloggers around the world, just click on the link below. MellowYellowBadgeGlancing out of an upstairs window I glimpsed another facsimile of sunshine in my garden. I ran out to take this first picture of a lily in bloom in my garden this summer.

13 comments:

Deborah Godin said...

That rain-drenched lily, at this very moment, is the most beautiful thing in the world!!

bobbie said...

Giant butercups are exactly how the sun drops look. So beautiful!

Dianne said...

the droplets make them even lovelier!!

Cindy said...

Hi. You have some beautiful photos here. I love the Sundrops. I don't think I've ever heard of them before. Very pretty.

lissa said...

ooh, lily, love lilies especially when capture with raindrops

Sharon said...

These flowers are beautiful & you've photographed them perfectly:)

dAwN said...

Ohh..I love this yellow theme that some of you bloggers do..very cool
the yellow flower with water droplets soo nice.

Mary said...

Very cheerful indeed! I love the rain soaked lily and those Sundrops are so aptly named!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That Lily picture is a prize winning one.
Blessings,Ruth

Becky and Gary said...

My daughter-in-law gave me some Sundrops, and they look so beautiful where I planted them. This must be a good year. I see them everywhere.
B.

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Just look at the last photograph with water drops on it! Simply stunning!!

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srp said...

I simply love the lily with all the rain drops... send some our way.. rain that is.

Greyscale Territory said...

What a beautiful sight! Radiant golds!