Weekly Photo Challenge: Vibrant

For this weekly photo challenge I have picked-out for you some photos of colorful flowers, trees and fruits either from our garden or from my field in Greece.


69 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Vibrant

  1. What a feast for my eyes and soul! You have done it again. Photos full of life and passion. I miss that. I miss the fan fare of colour which nature puts on in the summer. Your garden, as I have said before is your very own Paradise. x

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    • Yes, dear Karen, in these more or less dark weeks we need a little color to feel good. A garden is something very special that you can make your paradise, a garden of Eden. xxx


  2. Red is the colour of passion and blood; yes, it’s vibrant! We have some of the same flowers in this part of the world. I have pomegranate trees that the resident possums like to strip bare of all its shoots so I would be lucky to see flowers, let alone fruit.

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    • Thanks a lot, dear Alex. These blue ones are from Kefalonia. Have you noticed that they always look as if a little light was on inside? I don’t know why, but even though it is some kind of weed in Greece, I love them. Hope you are fine, have snow and all the best, kind regards Mitza

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      • I saw one place in Kefalonia where these flowers were growing over a garage and they looked like a wonderful curtain, really wonderful. I’m always so overwhelmed by the beauty of nature because it is so divine.
        Have a wonderful weekend. Hope you are fine and you enjoy your studies. This is the best time of your life, enjoy it!!


  3. Wow Mitza, that is what I call Vibrantly delicious photos! Absolutely stunning colors, there is no one can match Mother Natures ability to produce such range of colors. My day just got more bright and beautiful because of your post, refreshing to see all the happiness and joyfulness of such beauty on the first day of February!
    Thank you Mitza for brightening up my day! Many hugs to you and a happy February~Eva

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    • Dear Eva, always enjoy your hearty words so much. The joy I gave to you by the colors, you gave back to me by your lovely words. Thank you so much. Good to know you, wishing you a happy February, too, virtual hugs Mitza

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  4. my goodness, these fit the bill for Vibrant! Great photos Mitza! I quite like the coleus especially, well and the morning glory, and the hibiscus. maybe I just like them all! lol wonderful photos. crank up the heat and stay warm 🙂 cheers, Debi


  5. How very brightening for a winter’s day! I haven’t seen a hibiscus in a very long time, although they grow like weeds in Florida where I spent 36 years. My mother would pick them in the early morning, and put them around the house. The flowers last only one day, whether they are on the plant, picked and put into water, or just left on a shelf like a photograph! We had many bushes of them – singles, like your peach-colored example; doubles; and triples that were almost like huge roses.

    Thanks for the memories! ;->

    Virtual hugs,


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    • Oh, I’m happy I could bring back some good memories to you by my photos. It’s always good to move people somehow. I love hibiscus, specially this salmon color. They are from Greece, but we have some in our garden, too, not that big though 🙂

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    • Thanks a lot, Riccardo. I’m sure you know most of the flowers and plants you have seen. Flowers are a part of the (paradise) garden and make me very happy by their beauty. Have a nice weekend, too, Riccardo, regards Mitza

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