Saturday, November 22, 2008

Pink and Nature

The color pink is abundant in nature-as in this foliage plant at Sea World in Orlando, Florida.
And in this beautiful stone called pink Chalcedony..
And the rosy glow on my grandbaby's face on the beach during a sunset!

I waited til the last minute this week to do my Pink Saturday post, and it seemed that I couldn't come up with any pink photographs that I liked well enough to write about. I knew I had to come up with something because our hostess is going to be busy with a shower and I didn't want to ask her to remove my name from the list!


Then, I found this picture of the pink gem on the internet, and it occurred to me that pink is a color found so abundantly in nature! The color pink has added lots of beauty to our world...wouldn't you agree??

Hope everyone has a wonderful pink Saturday! Please visit Beverly at How Sweet the Sound for other pink posts.

Thanks for stopping by!

35 comments:

splummer said...

Hi!
That pink flower and rock are pretty. Your grandson is adorable!! Have a great Pink Saturday. Take Care!!

Sherrie

Lorrie said...

Hi Diane, I love the sunset picture, there's something about the light and dusk and dawn that's so captivating, and that sweet,innocent look....priceless!

Southern Lady said...

I like the pink stone and plant, Diane ... but they don't compare to that beautiful picture of Cooper. He looks like a little "pink angel."

Sincerely,

Janie

Joy said...

Oh, the pink yumminess! Especially those sweet cheeks!

Picket said...

The rosey cheeks are my favorite!!! lol lol Have a great weekend Diane!

Becky said...

Hi Diane,
What a little sweetheart. I would take every PS and use it as an opportunity to show her off.
She is darling.
Becky

ellen b said...

Hi Diane, The pink in the foliage and the pink geode is wonderful. The babe is so darn sweet!!

Darlene said...

You came up with a perfect Pink Post!!! Cooper's cheecks are so CUTE!!!!

Virginia said...

My favorite... those sweet cheeks!
Happy Pink Saturday!
Blessings,
Virginia

Smilingsal said...

The pink plant is called firebrand or something like that. I've had them in my planter before. They stay brilliant like the one in your picture as long as they're allowed the sun. Happy Pink Day!

judicreations said...

Hi Diane
See I knew you would find some pinks and I'm glad you did. Those are the cutest pink cheeks! The gem is beautiful...pink is a lovely colour!
Have a happy Pink Saturday.
Judi

Terrie's Lil' Piece of Serenity said...

Diane, Thanks for sharing this beautiful pink Saturday!! That baby is as sweet as can be!!! Have a wonderful weekend!!

g said...

Lovely post!! That pink light is so elusive, isn't it? So hard to capture in a photo. But you've got it - and the baby is just darling.

CC said...

Hi Diane. The photo of your sweet grandbaby with the sunset glow is just beautiful and so sweet.
Happy Pink Saturday and have a lovely Thanksgiving.

Kathy said...

Beautiful pink, Diane. You know my favorite is that beautiful grandbaby!

Have a perfectly pink weekend...Kathy

Donna @ Party Wishes said...

Nice work under pressure! I love the picture of your precious granddaughter!

Dawn said...

What a beautiful picture of Cooper. His sweet little face is so precious!

I really LOVE the color of the pink stone. Gorgeous!

take care,
Dawn

LvPoohBr2 said...

Oh such beautiful pink things!!

Fifi Flowers said...

Lovely pictures! Happy Pink Saturday! ENJOY your day! Fifi

My Big Mouth said...

The rock is gorgeous!
I use to have one in blue.
I especially love the grandbaby photo.
Happy PS!

Riet said...

Your grandbaby is so beautiful. Happy pink Saturday

Ellen said...

Isn't it amazing how many colors nature has given us...such a gift. But the greatest gift of all is that little grandchild, and the glow. Enjoy your special moments. Happy Pinkness
Kindredly,EllenL

Happy To Be said...

Diana great PINK Saturday...and you are so right the color PINK is all around us...thanks for sharing Hugs and smiles Gloria

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Diane,

These are wonderful pictures, and that picture of the blush on your grandson's face is precious! He has the most adorable cheeks. Love it!

Thank you for sharing these pictures with us.

Love,

Sheila XO

Cindy said...

Meant to participate in Pink Saturday, but I totally spaced it so I will save mine for next Saturday. Just wanted to leave a comment to let you know I enjoy your blog and will be trying your green bean recipe! Hope you're having a great day!

Bo said...

You win Diane for the best pink...that precious Cooper's sweet cheeks! ;-) Bo

jeanne said...

Diane, I do love your post today. the pink leaves and the stone are lovely, but the best pink is Cooper's pink cheeks. He makes my heart melt.

Hugs...Jeanne

Nola @ the Alamo said...

I love the pink color of the cordyline in the first photo; I'll bet they grow like crazy in Florida, with their mild winters.

erin said...

Well, you came up with some lovely pinks! Happy Pink Saturday!

Shelia said...

Have to admit it, Diane, that sweet grandbaby takes the Pink cake!!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;0

Sondra Behne' said...

Hello Diane
So very nice to meet another pink lady. You are so right pink in our lives is wonderful...love it, love it.

You must stop by for I left a hint as to whats coming next week on my blog and if you love pink you won't want to miss it.
Have a great week
Sondra

Beverly said...

Diane, you are a sweetheart. Please don't mind asking me to make a change. I will do it if I possibly can.

I love your pinks today, but you know my favorite is your sweet grandson.

Pat said...

So true Diane that pink is everywhere in nature if we only look for it! Love Coopers sweet cheeks the best!
Hugs, Pat

Femin Susan said...

Hi………
Very cool your blog!
Great! Keep writing…….
Good week……… Welcome to my blog…….

dana said...

It's those kind of sweet cheeks that make grammas wild with joy! Thank you for that wonderful Pink Share! Dana