June Photo Blogging Challenge: Anything Goes

photo blog challenge

PJ’s prompt for June was Anything Goes and we were free to do whatever we wanted for the challenge. There won’t be much commentary for my shots this month. With rain, rain and more rain, there wasn’t much in the way of bright spots in the entire month.

But, I’m happy to share with you some of the things that did make me smile this month.

1. When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other. ~Chinese Proverb
lily

2. Flowers don’t worry about how they’re going to bloom. They just open up and turn toward the light and that makes them beautiful. ~Jim Carrey
peach daylily

3. Flowers are love’s truest language. ~Park Benjamin
astilbe

4. In the hope of reaching the moon men fail to see the flowers that blossom at their feet.  ~Albert Schweitzer
yelo daylily

5. To analyze the charms of flowers is like dissecting music; it is one of those things which it is far better to enjoy, than to attempt to fully understand. ~Henry T. Tuckerman
gladiolas

Perhaps I’ll do better next month with explanations and commentary on my selections. Honestly, I don’t think extra words would add more value to any of these quotes.

Be sure to stop by PJ’s and enjoy what others chose for Anything Goes!

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16 thoughts on “June Photo Blogging Challenge: Anything Goes

  1. I really enjoyed the walk through your flower patch. We don’t have any lilies blooming here yet, so I appreciated the sneak peek! Love the quotations too, most of which are new to me. Thank you.

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  2. Nice set of shots for this month’s theme. Of the shots here, I think my favorite is the first one. Something about the color and clarity of it speaks to me.

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  3. Lisa, each and everyone of these flower shots are BREATHTAKING!

    And I absolutely love the quote from Jim Carrey!

    Have a wonderful weekend and Happy 4th of July to you and your family!

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