Goodness, it's Pink Saturday time again!
While playing with my camera and it's settings the other weekend, I found this bright pink blooming bush behind my horse's pasture. I couldn't resist taking a picture of him eating his hay through the branches.
At first, I didn't know what kind of bush it was. But because it was blooming, I had a feeling it was some kind of berry. I guessed salmon berry. This bright pink bloom looked so lonely out on that dainty brown brown branch.
A week later, after I put my horse away and fed him, I headed over to check out the blooms again. The brown stems had filled with green leaves.
And many of the blooms were now open....
And some had already lost their delicate petals. Sure enough, a green, soon to be sun-ripened salmon berry was hiding underneath!
However, somebody was not happy watching me play with my camera, taking pictures of pink blooms just outside the fence line. Somebody was suddenly more interested in what I was doing than eating his dinner.
But oh no, My Boy wasn't interested in those pink blooms. He was eyeing something else.
I don't know what to call them, other than horse brownies? Horse tiramisu? Horse cheesecake? To him, these juicy yellow weeds are the ultimate dessert!
Pony Girl, will you pwease pwick me some dandewions???
As I continued my photographing, I kept pausing to pick him giant handfuls of those dandelions, tossing them over the fence. He followed me all along the fence line. How could I resist?
Never mind that my hands were tinted yellow and sticky from their juice. I guess this is what you do for a horse you adore. Too bad there wasn't a "Yellow Saturday" out there somewhere, I'd have a whole other post!
Also, since it fits so perfectly with today's theme, I want to thank Jan over at her blog, Jan's Place, for passing this lovely award on to me, covered in pink roses! I feel honored to have received it!
In closing, a big thank you to Beverly over at How Sweet the Sound for hosting this pink party every weekend!
Have a great weekend everyone!
Miss Lucie Grace
1 year ago