Rainbow is the color of choice for this True Colors Thursday. Rainbow, to me, can mean a plethora of colors. They don’t have to be the brightest colors, just a range of colors. So for my first photo for this week’s True Colors I give you:
A Rainbow of Greyhounds! All reporting for their monthly heartworm preventative.
Wrapping paper with a Rainbow of Colors.
A Rainbow of Balls In Motion
Rainbow colors of a handmade music box doll.
Last but certainly not least is a True Rainbow during a spring storm.
This ABC Wednesday brings us the letter ‘O’ and I will start of with a photo of a friendly little Opossum.
Also an Owl who occasionally hangs out…maybe looking for an Opossum for its lunch. (Yikes!)
A scene from an apple Orchard
A bright Orange bird at Busch Gardens, Florida
A Greyhound Outside
More Greyhounds looking Outside from an Open door.
I give you Rust, which is the color of choice for this week’s True Colors Thursday.
Cat Feet On Rust Rug
Rust Colored Pipestone At Pipestone National Park
Leaves of Fall – Camden State Park, MN
True Rust of an old Railroad bridge spanning high over a trail at Camden State Park, MN.
Rust Painted Walls
A Greyhound With Rust Spots
Rust Colored Greyhound
For Alphabet Wednesday I will start the letter ‘N’ off with a photo of a bird’s Nest, though oddly placed, I think it is lovely in design.
Next a lovely collection of Noses.
Big People Noses
A Nose Profile
A Little Person’s Nose
A little person’s Nose smeared with chocolate cookie.
True Colors Thursday brings us to the color Lime!
Baby looks good in his Lime bib while playing with his Lime toys.
A shiny bow!
A funny greeting card….
The color of new spring growth.
Kicking off ABC Wednesday – ‘M’ is Minnesota, my home state.
The photo below is of the Twin Cities: Minneapolis/St. Paul.
The Mississippi River flows through Minnesota, look at the photo below and this is the Mighty Mississippi River at a not so ‘Mighty’ spot.
But then Minnesota has a lot of waterfalls – the following on is Minnehaha Falls.
And the next one is Minneopa Falls which is actually a double waterfall.
The photos that follow are photos taken while driving from Minnesota to Florida.
The Mountains of Tennessee (please pardon the reflection of the windshield)
Coming back down through the Mountains they feel it necessary to provide Runaway Truck Ramps
For some reason I found this Motorcyclist’s Jacket fascinating. It declared him an ‘Iron Pig’.
We also saw a Mega-Cross.
And then of course I’d also like to celebrate Monty who is one of my kitties, turning 20 years old this Month!
Love this photo! Thanks to Kathy Lazenby for letting me post it for you all to see.
Enjoy the lovely weekend!