Today's Flowers: Color Goes, Color Comes

From Mystic Seaport
Saturday's adventure involved a trip to Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut, with my daughter and nephews. The weather was beautiful--which is to say a bit unseasonably warm--and made for happy tourists and happy photographers. (There's nothing quite like not being able to feel the shutter button under your finger.) We had a wonderful day. The Seaport was decked out with Christmas reds and greens, but Mother Nature was still happy enough to go about in her various shades of brown.
From Mystic Seaport
Today's Flowers

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  1. Your kind posts feed my heart, Sandy



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  2. You've got a great way of expressing the yin and yang of things.

    I love the winter sky backdrop on both photos.

    I still have vivid memories from Mystic Seaport from my visit 45 years ago. It might be time to see if they have added anything new.

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  3. When I lived in CT., I loved going there. I understand why a trip there would be a nice experience.

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  4. Lovely! The reds are fabulous!

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  5. i agree, i like the reds too :)

    http://point-shoot-vhen.blogspot.com/2011/11/365292.html

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  6. The browns are nice, but on a gloomy day, give me red!

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  7. Anonymous1:58 AM

    the red berries speak of the holiday season.

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  8. It is that time of year for berries and seed pods. Great photos.

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  9. Traveling is always a pleasure and we find something to photograph.

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  10. How gorgeous!

    Daisy, have a blessed Sunday.

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  11. The weather has been lovely here too.. well except now that it's pouring rain.. but it's not snow! Lovely images, Sandy. You never fail to please.

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  12. What a burst of colour, lovely images.;). How lucky you are to see colours in November, here we are surrounded by grey scale.;))
    xoxo

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