…central Florida style. Where my parents live isn’t all palm trees; leaves change color and some trees lose them altogether. This morning’s freezing temperatures seemed to make the landscape even more vibrant.
I think all the colors (except, thankfully, snow white!) are represented. I love how the Waterlogue pops colors my eye doesn’t see – like purples, and so many different shades of blue and green.
My brother and I are doing a gator watch. We missed him all day yesterday (guess he didn’t have a sweater to venture into the chilly air), but think we saw him back at the fountain pond this afternoon. You’d better believe I’m taking great care with Holly when we walk past it!
10 thoughts on “Watercolor Wednesday | Winter Colors.”
The landscape is so vibrant, but it's even more exciting in watercolor. (I'm still Ap envious.) So happy to hear you're guarding that sweet little Holly.
The colors are so lovely and bright! This hardly looks like the Florida I remember; we lived near Tampa for a couple years and it seemed like sand, scrub oak, and drab colors predominated. This is much prettier!
LOVE those waterlogues!
What beautiful colors ~ I especially love the blues and greens!
Really love those pictures. The top one reminds me of Northern NY, where I lived as a middle schooler. The bottom one reminds me of a pond at my mother in law's farm in RI! I would never believe those locations are in Florida! Thanks for sharing. Stay safe from the gator!
Lovely fall-ish colors. No white stuff here-YET!
Are you still in FL, or will you be home in GA for the big snow?!
That Waterlogue always surprises and pleases. And as you say, colors your eyes don't see magically appear. Hope all's well in FL; drive safely.Cheers~
Just beautiful – so vibrant! Hoping that alligator keeps its distance.
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