Sunday, September 28, 2008

Today's Flowers

bésame mucho
My first thought, when I saw this flower was that it looks like it's whistling.


midday garden walk

where does the music come from?

it is the flower


Still thinking about this puckering posture... Could it be kissing the sunlight? Yup, I think so. Hey look! And here, the sun smooched on an apple, too!!



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dot said...

You've got me laughing again! You must stay awake nights thinking up this stuff. It really does look like it's whistling and the sun is surely kissing the apple. Delightful post!!

lime said...

lol, you're right! that first one does look like it's whistling.

Anonymous said...

Nice pics

MaryAnn Ashley said...

Funny. Great.. I can hear it... smiling still.

Shammickite said...

Big sloppy kiss!

mommanator said...

O how cute, u b right!

Carletta said...

We can always count on you to give us all a smile!
That's indeed what I would call 'sun-kissed'!

Anonymous said...

Hey Shammickite, Craver is married!!

Hi Craver, it's been a while since I've stopped in. I thought I'd take a visit to say hello and good thing too! Doesn't Sham know you got a Mrs.?

EG CameraGirl said...

Too funny, Craver! Are you this funny in person?

Craver Vii said...

JJ, I think Shammy was just being funny, and she was probably referring to the puckering flower or sun-kissed fruit. I know from reading her blog that she is devoted to her own husband. But in any case, thanks for standing up for my Mrs. Craver.

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Really it looks like a whistling!
But is a very interesting flower!
Thanks for posting in TODAY'S FLOWERS!

Luiz & Denise - Today\'s Flowers Team.

♥ Denise BC ♥ said...

Hi, very interesting and beautiful flower its whistling, this apple is also very, very tasty, great job. I thank you for sharing with us so much beauty.

Denise & Santilli - The team of Today's Flowers

Lilli & Nevada said...

Beautiful flower and i agree it looks like it is whistling

Anonymous said...

You do see things in nature - the ribs in my clouds, the kissing (or whistling?) of flowers. Good eye. And good post. Thanks for stopping by!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Craver: What a great post with the pretty flower and the neat sun kissed apple. You did a nice job for TF this week.