Tag Archive: yellow

Yellow flowers

This is possibly the flowers to a plant I ate as a three year old. It grew in my mother´s parents’ garden. The leaves are rhubarb like and of course my parents panicked… Continue reading

Fly in pale yellow flower

Bending over a beautiful flower with my camera I got a bonus, a fly with wonderful detailed wings. More animal pictures at Camera Critters and Saturday’s Critters.

Abstract tulips

Dipping into my digital shoebox of pictures I found this picture of tulips.  I am sharing this post with Today´s Flower  and also with The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Abstract.

Winter aconite

It is the end of february and the winter aconite glows yellow on the ground as one of the first heralds of spring.  More flowers on Today´s flowers.  

October 2015 Höst / Autumn

It is Monday and it is the first day at work after the change to winter time that took place between Saturday and sunday. It means dawn arrives an hour earlier than last… Continue reading

Yellow waterlily in Viskan

Walking by the river Viskan I saw this yellow water lily. More about the flower yellow water lily with the latin name Nuphar lutea on Wikipedia.  Viskan runs through Borås in western Sweden and… Continue reading

Mullein or Aron´s rod

Going out into the garden to see what was there I caught these visitors to the mullein or Aron´s rod.  More pictures at I heart Macro and Today´s Flowers.

Falling down

The mullein or the Aron´s rod as it is also called have bright yellow petals. The lower flower petals have fallen on the grass but the flower petals on the top of the… Continue reading

Reflected railway station

The beautiful yellow wooden building that reflects itself in the windows to the textile museum in Borås, Sweden, is the original railway station in Borås. More pictures at Weekend Reflections.

Yellow waterlily in Viskan

Walking by the river Viskan I saw this yellow water lily. More about the flower yellow water lily with the latin name Nuphar lutea on Wikipedia.  Viskan runs through Borås in western Sweden and… Continue reading