Monday, September 27, 2010

End of summer for mellow yellow yellow Monday

A tangle of yellow blossoms for the end of summer in my garden.

Also today is the provincial election day in New Brunswick.
Don't forget to vote!!!!! * note; as the sign might indicate to you, N.B. is an official bi-lingual province,we are the only bilingual province in Canada.

Happy Monday to all. To view a wonderful variety of yellow-themed photos from other bloggers around the world, just click on the link below
mellow yellow


Mary said...

That top flower is very pretty and unusual looking.

Stephanie V said...

Like a last flash of brilliance before the weather sets in.
Hope the voting turns out as you want it to.

Kim, USA said...

This is very gorgeous. And yes we will say byebye to this beauty soon. Happy Monday!
Wall of fruits

Kay L. Davies said...

How wonderful. I never knew New Brunswick was officially bilingual. I knew there was a large French-Canadian presence in NB, but I think it's great that it's officially bilingual. I wonder if Quebec will ever be? Just kidding, I love Quebec, and was very happy to visit it AND New Brunswick for the first time this year. I've now been to all the provinces except Newfoundland, and am looking forward to going there some day.
Thanks for sharing your beautiful yellow flowers, and your provincial election, with all of us.

Kay, Alberta

me ann my camera said...

Hi Kay,
Actually we have a large Acadian presence in New Brunswick, rather than French- Canadien. Two of my little grandsons aged 5 and 4 are both bilingual. They lived in Quebec for a whiile and now they attending a totally French school in Ontario. They are both of to a great start with their bilingualism. I see you are from a province I love, Alberta! I lived there for a while, maybe for a couple of years. I really miss the big skies our there and the open spaces of the prairies.


eileeninmd said...

Love the pretty yellow flowers, the top one is my favorite. Happy MYM!

DeniseinVA said...

A lovely trio of mellow yellow. Have a great week.
An English Girl Rambles