Wednesday, 28 April 2010

ABC Wednesday - O

O is for Orange

This is the sand-dredger that sails past from time to time



and these photos of the orange trees were taken in South Australia last November





Much more recently - a volcanic sunset taken last week - one of the benefits of the Icelandic volcanic eruption!




ABC Wednesday is hosted by Mrs Denise Nesbitt and her team. For more looks at the letter O please click here.

14 comments:

Deb said...

love it....

Hildred and Charles said...

Wonderful orange photos - it's such a happy colour. Great choice for O Anne.

SquirrelQueen said...

Great orange photos. The volcanic ash makes a beautiful sunset, at least it has some benefits.

Mara said...

I thought you were colourblind at first! And then I realised it wasn't an orange tree, but an orange tree. Funny how the mind works. ;)

Rebecca said...

Amazingly this is the first sunset shot I've seen from the volcano and it is beautiful. At least there is a bright side to the whole thing!

O for Onoko Run

Cezar and Léia said...

wow beautiful pictures and words, my favourite is the sunset, magnificent!
purrs and love
mommy Léia and Luna

Sylvia K said...

Terrific shots for the O day! Love the orange skies -- glad something good came out of the volcanic ash!!! And your orange tree is beautiful!! Hope the rest of your week goes well!

Sylvia

Manang Kim said...

Wonderful photos for letter O. Happy weekend!

ABC Wednesday~O

joo said...

What a lovely post Anne! Can't decide which 'O' I like the most - oh, I love all of them!
Hugs:)
Joo

Roger Owen Green said...

TASTY!

ROGER, ABC Wednesday team

Lisa said...

Out of tragedy comes something beautiful. The sunset is beyond words.

Carol said...

Great O post...gorgeous sunset! Love the orange trees, we don't see them here...

Tumblewords: said...

Spectacular! I've never seen a sand dredger at work but I've seen orange trees and often wish I had one.

Jay said...

Wow, that sunset is spectacular, isn't it? We got no good sunsets during the 'ash cloud', it was too grey and overcast here.