Wordless Wednesday - Olympic Flame


(Yes, Squash is recognized as an Olympic Sport.)

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Comments

mark said…
Very cool. I hope there aren't any human rights violations going on in your yard along with that. Free Tibet!
That'll be what we call courgette. I have of those two!
The Right Blue said…
What kind of squash is this? Zucchini maybe? Happy Harvesting -- and Happy WW.
*snort* you're adorable.
Jeanette said…
Gday Pamela,, they look like Zucchini or yellow squash.
Were still in Winter here Pamela Spring is the 1st September.all those on mine are winter flowers the rose was just kept flowering for months... last flower,
Nicole said…
Sure looks like a flame - great catch!
Happy WW!
karisma said…
Ooh Oooh Zucchini, I can't wait to get mine growing again this year! Yummy!
marlene said…
It really looks like the Olympic flame. First time I see such squash. And the color is beautiful.

Thanks for dropping by. Happy WW!
mharia said…
that does look like the olympic flame! :)
DesLily said…
wow, I haven't had a garden in maybe 25 yrs but I instantly recognized the squash blossoms! what a memory flash!
I wonder if there is a category for gardening... perhaps photography?
Sheeshintx said…
Great shot! I love the pun. Thanks for stopping by and Happy WW!
Julia Smith said…
I love the photo, the play on words, the way the flowers mimic the flame - it's all good.
Jack said…
How appropriate! Great job!
Thanks for the visit, Happy WW :)
PEA said…
Well look at that...it DOES look like the Olympic flame:-) Great take for the Wordless Wednesday!! xoxo
Amanda said…
I agree... clever.
Neat pic mama.
The Laundress said…
My Nonna-in-law fries those up really well...

Yum Yum
Joy T. said…
I love your imagination LOL Never in a million years would I have looked at squash in my garden and thought of the olympic flame, yet I'm looking at it and there it is!
Sabrina said…
I've always found squash blossoms so beautiful! And you've made them even more gorgeous! Lovely!!!
Carla said…
Beautiful. And Olympic flame? Quite the imagination there, couldn't have done better myself.
Desert Songbird said…
Isn't every thing an Olympic sport? ;)
storyteller said…
Wonderful photo … marvelous perspective and timely post ;--)
Hugs and blessings,
Susie Q said…
This gave me quite a smile...you always know how to do that so well.
Thank you Pamela...: )

Love,
Sue
Lori said…
Wow...those are cool looking:) Happy WW and thanks for stopping by.
Kila said…
LOL, love it :)
swampy said…
Did you know you can stuff those with cheese, dip them in batter, and deep fry them. YUMMY! I think there are necklaces made from them, too. Just can't seem to figure out where the turquoise is.

Thanks for the photos. They are up and running.
Gattina said…
Thats a nice flame !
BK said…
Beautiful and natural curves! Interesting association with the Olympic flame. :)
Hazel said…
I like yours better than the real deal!
Tammy said…
Lovely squash flames, Pamela! Hope they don't catch the garden on fire...;)
ha ha... like that squash
Mert said…
You are so Punny! Lovely picture :)
kailani said…
Wow, those are beautiful. Are they from your garden?
MamaGeek said…
I just love how nature provides so much art like this!
dawn said…
A gorgeous photo. I love the dark background and how the blossoms do look like flames. Excellent photo.
lisaschaos said…
You have a wonderful sense of humor ! I love it, and totally appropriate!
MarmiteToasty said…
Goodness, how clear is that photo...... you must have a brill camera..... ok, thats it, Im off to buy a new camera :)

The courgette flowers are so pretty, do you know you can actually eat them, you stuff them with scrummie things......

Squash might be in the Olympics but Butternut aint lol

x
Debbie said…
How cool is that??? I would never have seen that! Love it.
Kathleen Marie said…
Cute... Great squash photo! Sweet!

Oh, and your CD and coupons are IN THE MAIL! YEAH!!!!! Hugs!
Firefly Nights said…
It does kind of look like them, doesn't it?
wendster said…
Dang that is a nice picture. You are SO good Pamela.

Taken at night? With a flash? Far away but zoomed in?

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