Monday, November 7, 2011

Rad Red II

 I brought this Dwarf Poinciana stalk in to the kitchen table to play with F-Stop and Manual settings. they did not come out as well as they should, but I like them anyway. YES, I need more practice.
 The Color Red, effects us physically per Sensational Color

Red increases enthusiasm.

Stimulates energy and can increase blood pressure, respiration, heartbeat and pulse rate.

Red  Encourages action and confidence

And  provides a sense of protection from fears and anxiety
 By now you should be enthusastic about these photos and your heart should be beating really fast, you should feel full of confidence in yourself and Ready To Spring Into Action NOW

All your fears and anxiety are gone NOW..... Just by viewing my photos.... whooo hoooo Hugs from Doctor MadSnapper


Here is one of my first post Rad Red   in August 2009 and here I am TWO years later, doing another one.
Just to make you all feel Better.....

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26 comments:

SquirrelQueen said...

Plus red is just down right purty!
The poinciana is such a beautiful flower and quite exotic to those of us in northern climes. I remember your red tomatoes and radishes in the other post too.

Thank you Dr. MadSnapper!

Snapper II said...

I need to know if red will wake me up. I have my coffee, my news paper. But I am not awake.
Great post.

Ron aka TheOldGeezer said...

Yikes! I better stay away from red flowers.... one thing I don't need is for my BP to go up! :-)

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I love red,in all shades,from lightest pink to deepest burgundy.Lovely pictures.

LC said...

Loved the red, today's and 2009 variety, but I am still sitting here like a lump!

TexWisGirl said...

the 2nd to last shot is my favorite. nice DOF in that one. :)

Mama-Bug said...

Just gorgeous Sandra! The that red really did rev me up!

SweetMarie said...

Thank you Dr. MadSnapper! I feel great! Red is also my favorite color...love it! I hope your grandplants grow up to be just as healthy as these. LOL!

missing moments said...

Been away and just catching up. Love your new header. And I agree, love Shutterfly. Also how you displayed your own creativity!

Remington said...

I feel better already! Thanks!

Susannah said...

I feel much better!!!!! Great photos. I love red!

Susannah

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

DUH!! how much better could they be!!!!!! I had to pick my jaw up off the keyboard and push my eyes back in their sockets!!! not to mention picking myself up off the floor. GIRL! you need new glasses...CUZ these pictures are perfection.

George said...

Thanks for your prescription of red. I obviously need to get more of it in my life. By the way, I think these photos turned out to be quite good.

DawnTreader said...

I've commented a couple of times on my own blog that red is a hard colour to catch on photos. Looking back on your old post I think you've really improved your photography - and/or your photoshop-skills. I like the first photo in this post best.

EG Wow said...

Wow! The red is a show stopper!

Pam said...

You're doing quite well with your macro lens. Isn't it fun?

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great REDS, Sandra.... I love red ---especially during the Christmas season. So many colors 'try' to take the place of Christmas red and Christmas green ---but they are still my favorites.... I like burgundy and dark greens and moss greens, but the old favorite, Christmas red and Christmas green are still my fav's.
Hugs,
Betsy

blindpigandtheacorn.com said...

Red is my favorite color-so I always get excited about it : )

Chatty Crone said...

You know the thing about colors is true - learned about when I worked at school. Pink is for tests - makes the students do better. Flamingo pink.

Love your photos as always.

Love,
sandie

S. Etole said...

These are just beautiful!

Sandy said...

Wow, I feel better already. Thanks for sharing your healing shots with us! (o:

Ann said...

Well now, I didn't know that about the color red, I think I need to splash a little bit around my house to encourage enthusiasm :) I always associated red with anger
Love the red flower.

diane b said...

And red cars go faster, we have two. Love your flower shots. Next time please add your settings so we can try too.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

I Love red...I like the pics of red and a flower is gorgeous!

Pam said...

My pulse and heart beat are racing. I'm so excited to see your red flowers in all their firey glory.
Stunning shots, Sandra.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

i love those arty photos!
great red, dear sandra!
really great tone and colour!