Pick your color #4

close-up view of poinsettias

This is close-up view of the “undocumented alien” in my garden. I plan to have more strict rules for this migrant plants, including but not limited to, random searches, x-rays checks, striping, finger-printing the branches, photos (which I already do), background checks, et-cetera. You can never be “too careful” about your garden. Now, if this was money or merchandise, I just would do a free trade agreement and open both leaves of my doorway. But, you know, money does not grow on trees. Right? 🙁

There are not too many colors to choose from, nevertheless there are enough colors for you to choose one.

    The rules of the game are:

  1. You look at the photo,
  2. You pick one single color and
  3. You leave a comment tell us what color you picked and why?

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  • sompopo

    Yellow because its Mellow.

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Ya’ll. 🙂

  • LOL! I love the red poinsettias. Believe it or not, our local govt. has just announced that it is going to start checking baggage for such “undocumented aliens” – exotic species of animals and plants – and penalizing owners, as they are starting to threaten the native species on the islands.

  • Sarcasm apart, I really enjoy this poinsettia plant in my garden. Everyday as I walk to the car port to open the door I get to see its vivid green leaves and bright red with yellow strokes in the center. It is such gift to see it at the beginning of day and the end.

    Sompopo: Thanksgiving is not celebrated south of Río Bravo, so I totally forgot about it. Have a delicious and warm Thanksgiving to you and your family and all the people living in the U.S. and who choose to celebrate it. Right about now I am craving the cranberry sauce.

    Pamela: I know my attempt at being sarcastic is a real issue in many islands of the world, including Australia.

  • Yes Pamela you’re right; for the Australian Quarantine Dept, sneaking in a straw hat or some green tea is no lauging matter ! And no Thanksgiving here either.
    Back to the colours, I love your photo, it’s a such fresh approach to the subject ! And here, I’ll pick ALL of the COLOURS: they just work so well together, I’d hate to separate them from each other, I want them all together exactly as they are here! I guess it suits the Thanskiving idea of abundance and plenty.

  • There is a creamy orange thingie in the upper right corner that looks like lips. Thats my favorite in this photo.

  • Nathalie: First time I hear the Australian Quarantine Department. I have seen several documentaries about cats in Australia though.

    Faye: I myself like green… but that is very obvious.

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