Thursday, 20 August 2015

Searching for Roy G Biv 2015 - Brown

This month it's brown we're looking for and there's no dearth of it in my surroundings. Here's a selection of things which have been keeping me on my toes.
Trying to understand the secret lives of bees. The Queen bee surrounded by her courtiers. Our first attempt at bee keeping.   
Early morning visitors - Gaur or Bison, wandering through the pruned tea bushes.
White tea brewed from tea leaves plucked from the tea bushes before they were pruned.
 Rusty metal bits.
Julie and Jennifer are coordinating Roy G Biv and they list the participants each month on their blogs.
Gold is the colour we're going to be in search of in the month of September.Time just seems to fly.
January 15 - Red
February 19 - Orange
March 19 - Yellow
April 16 - Green
May 21 - Blue
June 18 - Indigo
July -16 - Violet
August 20 - Brown
September 17 - Gold
October 15 - Grey
November 19 - Pink
December 17 - Blogger's choice.

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Jennifer said...

Maya, your posts always fascinate me. We have deer and wild turkeys that wander through our yard along with a host of smaller critters, but those bison are a bit scary and totally intriguing. Is this a normal sight at your house? And to think you have tea plants growing in your garden... Heavenly.

Sharmon Davidson said...

Love the bee photo, Maya! My husband tried bee keeping for 4 years in a row, with no success. I hope you have better luck!

Roxanne said...

Hi Maya,
Bee macro masterpiece. Thank you for your daring.

Charlton Stitcher said...

Bison and tea made from your own tea plants ... how exotic is that! We operate small and have grey squirrels, lots of mice and the occasional deer in our garden ... oh, and I almost forgot, walnuts by the bucket-load this year. All brown but none very dramatic for a post.

Blue Sky Dreaming said...

Love the natural setting of brown and yes, to the rusty bits!