Bits of Color Post author:michelle Post published:February 2, 2015 Post category:iphoneographs / my home / phoneography / photography / places / ugly places Post comments:7 Comments I found some color this winter with my phone. I thought I’d share. (more on instagram and flickr) You Might Also Like Namesake February 22, 2020 Summer Instagrams July 16, 2013 Doing the Math March 24, 2011 This Post Has 7 Comments Corinne Roffler February 2, 2015 Reply lovely photos. The first one looks like the beginning of something new and I really like the feather, even though it feels like November to me. Here we've been having quite a lot of snow, so there aren't that many colours out yet. Heather February 4, 2015 Reply Don't mind me, I'll just be over here, freezing my butt off looking at the freezing world outside my window as I oogle your pretty flower pictures. 🙂 Nice to see there's some pretty colours outside somewhere on this continent! Very pretty pictures. Sabs February 4, 2015 Reply Aah lovely. I especially like the butterfly one (altho in real life I'm a bit scared of butterflies when they are fluttering about my head…) MichelleCarter February 10, 2015 Reply Thanks, Corinne! Though it never gets too bleak here in winter, we have very little color. These are just old photos from late summer. Personally, I'd prefer a true, snowy winter to the blah/ dead grass kind. MichelleCarter February 10, 2015 Reply That's funny! My daughters boyfriend hates those giant grasshoppers we get in summer and we tease him about them. I was surprised I caught a butterfly on camera. It's funny how the angle makes my yard look full of flowers and life. It was not at all. Ah, selective photography. MichelleCarter February 10, 2015 Reply Well, these are old photos I dumped from my phone. Im cheering myself with them as well. Our winters are bland- a lot of gray days, yellow grass, and still- Mosquitos! Corinne Roffler February 11, 2015 Reply true winter is indeed beautiful. Here we have a lot of grey days that make winter boring, but snow and cold are nice. Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Type in the text displayed above Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.