Religious/Theological Studies Site (Alii & Aliae & Alia)

It's a celebration of Richard's life

BEAUTY

 

 

http://raynemist.stumbleupon.com/

(At the site, scroll down to see the above painting.)

To view the following photos, please, click below on the hyperlinked green labels.

Birds in flight

Night drawing near - Photo by Roger

Flowers

Purple Clematis - Photo by Roger

Purple Cleome - Photo by Roger

White Cleome - Photo by Roger 

Pink Cleome - Photo by Roger

Pink-White Cleome - Photo by Roger

Yellow Eremurus / Gloden Rod - Photo by Roger

Pink Peony - Photo by Roger

Below,See Smile Box Presentation of the Above Flower Photos by Rogerr 
CLICK ON THE HYPERLINK BELOW;THEN CLICK ON ARROW (FACING FORWARD>) TO GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE.

(Please, have speakers on.)

http://smilebox.com/playBlog/4d5445304f5463784e7a553d0d0a&blogview=true

 N.B. In a previous edition of the slide presentation (on this page) of the above FLOWERS BY ROGER, I had mistakenly identified the flowers called cleomes as alliums. A visitor at the site of the presentation emailed Roger the following message.

"The flower you are calling allium in your photos is actually cleome, a/k/a spider flower. Allium is in the onion family, and grows from a bulb. They are two very different flowers.
Thanks, and your photos are beautiful.
Sincerely,
Cathy Haines"