Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
Very inviting and brightly cheerful!
Nice colors! Good eye!You asked about my portrait -- yes, it will be included in the upcoming exhibit. Very strange! :)
Red is always an such an eye catching colour.
I recently posted benches that belong to my neighbor; one which I love is a brilliant blue: http://visualstpaul.blogspot.com/2015/08/another-bench.html This red bench would be a terrific companion piece to it. I would be very tempted to return in the dead of night and silently steal it away :)
Yes, eye-catching and nice !
I like benches, but even more the bright red ones!
Butt's HOT in the P-town sun I bet.
My dad's favourite shade of red!
It would match my outdoor things. Yeah, go ahead and buy it for me. Hehe.
I like it a lot!
Oooh put a Pendleton cushion on it! :-)
It is a winner, but I suspect it is more for making a visual statement than for providing respite.
Great colour combination
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It's a beautiful red - almost maroon. And the photo is a super composition with the pinks and greens and blues.Glad you made it through the storm or avoided the storm. Those sand storms were so terrible!Re the anhinga: I think it's related to the cormorant and in fact, I'm not sure I could tell the difference even though there are some rather distinctive aspects to each bird. I love to watch the anhingas fish! They'll disappear for five minutes and then pop up a 100 yards away with a smug look on their beak. Or something like that!
I would definitely been tempted Sharon, I only have four benches out back :)
I love the way you've framed this scene!
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