One Word Photo Challenge: Cream

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Sunlight through Caladium leaves

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Bumblebee, heavy with pollen, working  the Garlic chives

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Moonflower, fading in the mid-day sun.

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The caligraphy of a garden spider;

All aglow with the pearlescent beauty of cream.

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Cream glows in sun and shadow;

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Moonlight and midnight.

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Soft, serene and clean,

We love the lustre of cream.

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Words and photos by Woodland Gnome 2014

With appreciation to Jennifer Nichole Wells for her

One Word Photo Challenge:  Cream

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About woodlandgnome

Lifelong teacher and gardener.

17 responses to “One Word Photo Challenge: Cream

  1. Pingback: One Word Photo Challenge: Cream | Nola Roots, Texas Heart

  2. (it won’t let me reply on the chain anymore 😦 ) but they do look vastly different. I never would have thought…

  3. Lovely cream photos. I would be snapping pictures of that growing spider often as well. Do you know how big that kind is supposed to get?

    • Thank you, Jennifer. I’ve never seen one much bigger than this one is, now. It just keeps growing so fast! visibly bigger every few days. It has found a good spot to catch lots of food…. and we noticed the male is now gone…. I’m going to keep documenting it for as long as its around. I’m reminded of those spiders in the Harry Potter books…. Best wishes to you, Jennifer, WG

  4. You knew those caladiums would catch my eye, didn’t you? A cream-puff (sorry!) of a post, WG!

  5. We must have a spider in every post? 😉 What’s up with that?
    Our team’s gonna cream those basstudz! “In the white room…” Cream

    • Or on the White Album, right? Have you noticed that the spider is substantially bigger in every post? And her web moves daily. She’s my current fixation… with apologies to those creeped out by spiders 😉 Please appreciate the simple fact that I nixed the photo of barnacle covered driftwood in respect of certain arborial sensibilities…. Best wishes to you, Uncle Tree! E

  6. Very beautiful! 🙂 I think fall might come early for us, we are having temperatures in the mid eighty’s. How is your weather been?

    • Much cooler than that, Michael. We’ve had overnights in the 50s, daytime mid-80s and lower. A lovely stretch of days! Wind has shifted though, to the southwest, and the remainder of the week will be hot. I agree with you on the early fall, however. Are you home from HH? Hope you had a great time. WG

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