Saturday, October 31, 2009

Out and About

I'm sure that you, like me, are always are on the look-out for Pinks (or blues!) as you are out and about. Look at this splash of pink!

I have no clue what the plant is named, but it certainly makes a statement against this white fence.

Precious Beverly at How Sweet the Sound hosts Pink Saturday

Please Pause at her Place to see Plenty of other Pretty Pink items that Precious Pink Participating People are Presently Presenting for your Perusing Pleasure.

They've Plotted, Planned, and Preformed to Perfection so you can take a Peek.

See you in two days for Blue Monday!

Don't forget to turn those clocks back!

Daylight Savings Time ends tonight.


Cindy said...

That is a pretty plant. Let us know when you find out. Happy Weekend.

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Pretty, Sally... It's perfect for Pink Saturday. Which is easier to find---blues for Blue Monday or pinks for Pink Saturday???? Bet the answer is BLUE--especially for you.

Have a safe Halloween.

Regina said...

Happy PS Sally. How lovely its really pink.
Have a great weekend.

Barbara H. said...

We have bushes like that in our public medians. I was going to post a picture in my "Friday Faves" post but forgot to take my camera. I was wondering what it was, too -- I'll check back here later to see if anyone knows.

Mary Bergfeld said...

Sally, your photos are beautiful and amazingly convey a sense of movement or swaying in the wind. Very nicely done. I hope you are having a great Pink Saturday and enjoying the weekend.

Char said...

I have seen that before but sadly don't remember the name. I think it is a grass, very pretty against the white fence for sure Sally, Have a Happy Pink Saturday and Happy Halloween too, Char

Carly said...

I've always loved these wispy bushes! Great photos!

squawmama said...

Hi Sally... It is beautiful and it is called PINK Pampas Grass... Usually it is white but there is a pink variety... Loved your photos

Happy Halloween

Anonymous said...

you are quite right whatever the plant is called it is truly beautiful!! and our clocks went back last week :)

Diane at Crafty Passions said...

It does look nice against the white fence like that.
Have a good weekend.
Happy Halloween !

Mollye said...

Yes it is Pampas Grass and is pretty but here in Louisiana is a favorite hiding place for things that slither and slink about!! Happy PS..Mollye

jeanne said...

Hello Sally, I do love those pink flowers. I do not know what they are either. A very pretty pink display.

Have a happy Halloween.

Hugs, Jeanne

Cathy said...

It is a pretty plant, Sally.

CC said...

Hi Sally,
That is a very pretty plant and I don't know the name either. Thanks for the reminder to set our clocks back..I would have forgotten it. Happy Pink Saturday and Happy Halloween.

Catharina Maria said...

Happy Halloween and Pink Saturday!!
Beautiful pink post !
Love from Rini the Netherlands

Claudia said...

It is very striking! Happy Pink Saturday!

Tootsie said...

wow...that does make a great statement!!!
happy halloween friend!

Cottage Rose said...

Hi Sally;;; Happy Pink Halloween Saturday.. I love those plants, they look so wispy like tiny feathers... and they do look gorgeous with the white fence. Have a great weekend.


Miss Rhea said...

Happy Pink Saturday !!! Gosh, thanks for the clock reminder !! I am so out of the loop right now, I had no idea, lol !! Hope you have a great week, I have missed your pretty posts :)

Bargain Decorating with Laurie said...

That is such a pretty plant, and the dancing clock is so cute. laurie

Bargain Decorating with Laurie said...

That is such a pretty plant, and the dancing clock is so cute. laurie

claudie said...

I thought you went out and painted them pink for us Sally lol
Yup pampus grass, but I have never seen pink one's, very cool indeed.
Oh right, the clock, the clock tick tock tick tock.
I should be in bed after a long day of volunteering for my rescue group, but no here I am.
Getting ready for Blue Monday.
See you then
Happy Belated PS, no wait, I'm really only 8 minutes late.
Love Claudie

Beverly said...

My neighbor has some of that, and it looks gorgeous. I love seeing it sway in the breeze in your pictures.

Happy Pink Saturday, Sally.

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Sally
You find blue and pink in the darnest places! LOL
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Hugs, Ann

Unknown said...

The perfect plant for the Pink Saturday!!!

Chubskulit Rose said...

That is gorgeous! I think we cal it "Talahib" in the Philippines!