Red is one of my favorite colors, and just about any shade will do. So, this week I had a hard time deciding which photo I wanted to use…so I’m showing you my top three picks.
Of course, no Independence Day weekend would be complete without a flag, so here’s my tribute to the United States of America’s birth day. I tweaked this photo for Quotography in honor of the holiday HERE.
And, as you know, my favorite fodder for photos is Peanut. Papa got her a sand pail and shovel when we all went to Cancun. She carried it with her everywhere she went on the beach and by the pool. We turned her into quite a little “sheller” by the end of the week!
But the one that really stood out is this one. Nothing screams summer and red in the same sentence like ripe strawberries. And I was up to my ears with these delightful little berries last month. Now, I’m storing 38 pint jars of strawberry jam in the deep freeze.
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7 thoughts on “Project 64: Red”
Great finds! I’d have to say my favorite is Peanut. Too cute! Have a great weekend!
Thanks Susan. And thanks for stopping by. 🙂
Fantastic!! Just good old red – no adjectives before it to put me in difficulty – I am sure I can do red!!!! Happy Independance weekend to you and yours!!!
Thanks Kathryn. I hope to see your P64 photos some day 😉
Peanut is precious, but you already know that. The strawberries make me drool. Wonder why I haven’t bought any this year (we have nowhere to pick them here).
Grow them in your yard! It only takes a few plants to create a HUGE patch!
Gosh look at how Peanut is growing! I can see how she is turning from a toddler into a little girl. What a little poppet.
That’s a bumper crop of strawberries. I tried a pot of them last year but didn’t water them enough so what we had (well actually what *I* had!) were the occasional one – small but with intense flavour. I’m watching my crop of olives this year but this time tending them with love. 🙂