SOOC Sunday~Frog and Peony Written by Pix Under the Palm Fronds Linking to SOOC Sunday at Jan’s blog Murietta 365 I am sharing with Jan’s SOOC~straight out of camera. No tweaking was done to this photo. Honest. Cross my heart. I did take it to Photobucket to size at 800×600. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... 46 thoughts on “SOOC Sunday~Frog and Peony” I’d sit there and read all the time! LikeLike Reply My butt is planted there more often than it should be! 😀 LikeLike Reply Butts need to be planted, too! LikeLike Reply That’s a great shot, Pix, but I’m not sure if I can comment on that. I’m too busy being jealous that your peonies are blooming already. My peony plants are only just now starting to pop out of the ground. LikeLike Reply Janice and I thought they took foreveah to bloom! I was getting a cranky on because I didn’t have any peonies and everyBODY else’s were bloomin’! They may be late where you are but you will be enjoying yours when ours are just a picture memory! LikeLike Reply that is lovely! LikeLike Reply Thanks Tex! Kermie is a lovely frog. 😀 LikeLike Reply Pretty peony!! We can’t grow those here:( LikeLike Reply No peonies in Spring Deb? Just too hot? You have other lovely flowers! LikeLike Reply Beautiful photo. Loved the neatness, the colors, ..actually everything! 😀 LikeLike Reply Thank you Nandini! LikeLike Reply Lovely warm light. LikeLike Reply Thank you Isobel! It was rainy, dark and dreary all weekend until yesterday at four and then the sun came out. I was happy to see it. Our weather is messing with my mood! LikeLike Reply Tell me about it! It is a beautiful day here today, but I understand there is more gloomy weather in store tomorrow. LikeLike Reply Beautiful SOOC photo Pix! The warm lighting really compliments the frog’s slightly green complexion. 😉 But, the peony is just too gorgeous… a perfectly lovely capture! LikeLike Reply That lighting made Kermie’s eyes bug out 😆 LikeLike Reply love the flower and the way the light diffuses coming through the blinds. LikeLike Reply Thanks Kate! LikeLike Reply Beautiful! I love the “layers” of the lamp’s warm glow with the glowing peony below and even further below, the top of Kermie’s eyeballs glowing as well……super duper composition! Pam (with Sam on lap) LikeLike Reply Thank you Pam! And Sam on lap 🙂 Lucky kitty! I love Kermie’s eyeballs. LikeLike Reply Very nice, warm photo! You know, you can change the size of a photo in WordPress. After you insert it in your draft, just right-click on the picture. You’ll you see the “mountain” icon, click on that and go to advanced settings. You can change the photo size there! Easy-peasy! Hope you’re having a good Sunday! LikeLike Reply No. I didn’t know that Dianna! Thank you so much, I will have to upload a photo and try it out 🙂 Thank you!! Sunday was rainy, stormy and chilly and then the sun came out at four and warmed up and it was a nice evening. Hope you had some sun. We have a repeat of rainy, stormy and chilly this morning. Hope you have some sun today! LikeLike Reply This shot is so inviting! It just draws you in! LikeLike Reply Thank you so much! It’s my favorite spot besides outside 🙂 LikeLike Reply very beautiful and romantic 🙂 LikeLike Reply Thank you Tina! LikeLike Reply What a cozy, cozy corner Pix! Now I will be able to picture you sitting there reading, having tea, or whatever. Yay! Margie LikeLike Reply I do spend some time there Margie. Reading my Nook, watching the birds, talking to CH and sipping some wine at wine time. We live on that porch, we don’t need the rest of the house. Well, the toidie is a good thing. 🙂 LikeLike Reply That look like a lovely sitting spot Pix. I would fall asleep there. LikeLike Reply It’s my favorite spot when I can’t be outside. I have been known to snooze there Christina 😀 LikeLike Reply That’s gorgeous, Pix. The perfect spot for reading or enjoying a cup of tea . . . or wine time. LikeLike Reply Hi Nancy! I am sitting here right now. Can’t sleep and I am catching up on blogs. I love the porch! LikeLike Reply I like the SOOC concept. Great photo it must be a wonderful spot to relax and daydream while looking out of the window. LikeLike Reply Hi GB! I thought I would give the SOOC concept a try. I think I am going to like it. I will see next Sunday 🙂 LikeLike Reply What a pretty photo! Looks like a great spot for reading, or for working on the laptop or just simply gazing out the window. Isn’t this weather the pits? We had rain most of the night in my part of MissouREE. Enough, already! Hope your day is a good one! LikeLike Reply Well Cheryl I can’t sleep and I am sitting on the porch right now! Yes this weather is the pits and more tonight and tomorrow morning. If it starts getting all rumbly I am heading for bed! LikeLike Reply Beautiful phot Pix, but I just have to ask, where is Spuds Bunny? Kermie? LikeLike Reply Kermie is right next to the Peony, is that what you meant Julie? Suds Bunny has been watching too much TV and eating too many chocolate covered graham crackers. I need to make him go outside and get some fresh cow manure air and spend some time in the flower beds weeding to earn his keep! LikeLike Reply Love this vignette. What a pretty lampshade! Great shot. LikeLike Reply Thank you very much Patti! Good Morning! LikeLike Reply I wanna sit there in your lovely reading corner with Kermie, may I? 🙂 LikeLike Reply Oh my gosh, I would love it! I mean Kermie would love it! LikeLike Reply A lovely capture! 🙂 LikeLike Reply Thank you Nancy! LikeLike Reply Love the light and is that kermit? I actually worked with a man named Kermit. His name always made me smile. LikeLike Reply Yes, it is Kermie. I found him abandoned on the sidewalk in our subdivision in 1989 when we were living in Northern Virginia. Not only had he been left on the sidewalk but he was drenched from a pouring rain. I couldn’t leave him there… 😀 So he has always been on our four seasons porch in every house we have lived in since then. LikeLike Reply Just say "hey"! Say more if you want, that's good too :) Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.