Such a happy colour.
They do indeed call it mellow yellow. For good reason I think. It's a lovely happy colour! With lemons you get the vibrant alive smell too. Who isn't uplifted when they see buttercups or the first daffodils of Spring? Yet it is supposed to be a difficult colour to wear. I do wear it though. It does however, tend to be paler lemon yellow, which I find a nice flattering colour.Love your pictures of sunshine. It's a bit grey here at the moment so its nice to have some cheery colour. I've heard of and even had herbal tea with golden rod in it but I never knew what the flowers looked like. Rather lovely they are too. Lemon barley was a favourite as a child. I have never had a homemade version. I bet it's good!
Oh my, what a beautiful post. Yellow, the essence of summer and sunlight :D And I'm longing for a glass of lemon barley water now!
what a beautiful post!! I love goldenrod.....something about it makes me think of my childhood....playing in fields maybe!!!
A very cheering post Sue, thank you. I see you are busy again, do you ever slow down?
A beautiful and bright post! I love your shot of the bee and flower, very uplifting x
Your cook book squares remind me of a lemon tart, such beautiful colors. Just had a look at your sampler page, it's a feast for the eyes, you will have to put these 'Mellow Yellow' photos in there.x Sandi
Beautiful. It is not surprising that my children all claim that yellow is their favourite colour.Did I hear someone mention lemon tarts? One of my favourite French desserts.
Beautiful! And I love your new layout!
You got the macro lens working its socks off in the first one although all credit to you - an amazing capture! Hmmm, lemon barley water.
Annabella, there were 10 others that got deleted. I sometimes think the key to good photos is to take plenty of them.
This sums up today perfectly where I am :-)
lovely photo of the bee on the golden rod.
I love yellow! Such a summery color! We painted our walls in our family room and dining room a butter yellow and it makes me feel happy all year. Thanks for the yellows! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
What recipe do you use for the lemon barley water? I have stacks of lemons atm and would like to try it.
Sue your photography gets better and better. I love the gorgeous buttery shades in these photos. I can almost smell those lemons.
Robyn, there's a link to the barley water recipe under the picture of the lemons.
I adore the colour yellow, in all its glorious shades, it makes me feel so happy, so I love your post :) xx
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