This is the second post for Cee’s challenge. I was chatting about the Purple Fringe Lily that grows on my place, and thought I have another flower growing on my place that looks similar. One grows on land, the other grows on water.
“Hi, there I’m looking for someone to help me with a photo challenge. Do you think you would like to be my female model? The photo challenge is called Perfect Patterns. I think your feathers are just perfect and you are very pretty. “
“OK. I’ll take part but I am rather skeptical that you’ll do a good job.”
It’s not often we get a glimpse of blue feathers underneath those wonderful varied green scalloped wing feathers
The green and blue meld as they cascade down towards her tail
I love the almost turquoise
Great patterns on the legs and feet. Also showing a hint of orangish-red feathers
The breast and neck feathers of the females are not a bright as the males
The colours intermingle well as the neck feathers blend into a pattern with the breast feathers.
All the coloured patterns with wing pattern diagonals
“Well you didn’t do too bad a job. One more close up and then I’m off to find my boyfriend.”
When I saw Debbies green bottles on the steps, it reminded me of a bottle on a plinth I found I Bologna with some blue random paint undoubtedly it was some sort of tag. Unfortunately my bottle is plastic.
So I had to go on the hunt for some other glass. I found some green bottles. I suspect that these may be plastic as well.
Now this bottle is glass amongst the rocks under the water
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