Wednesday, October 12, 2011

this blue


this blue
this very soft and beautiful blue
hides in the very quiet places

13 comments:

Delwyn said...

a secret treasure trove only visible to those that have the time and the inclination to look...

Kay said...

there is beauty and wonder everywhere if we open our eyes....lovely post steven..x

steven said...

delwyn i rode by this little pool about twenty km west of here on a glorious day. i turned back and sat by it for a little while. who wouldn't?! steven

steven said...

kay thankyou. it's so true! steven

Butternut Squash said...

I think you have found a sacred space. I had to enlarge it so that I could really get inside.

steven said...

i wish i could post larger images - the scale of my header. i think if i could that i'd write less! steven

Linda Sue said...

Looks like a good place to reload. I like to click on your photos, too and make them a bit larger and deeper- sometimes I have difficulty getting out!

steven said...

i'm going to see about embigeening the spot the photos land in so they can be bigger. some of them deserve to be easier to see! that way you can get lost in them and spend time running around inside! steven

hope said...

Cool shot!

And by the way, double clicking on the photo doubled it in size. :)

steven said...

hope thankyou. i am so greedy i want them to be even even even bigger!!!! steven

Linda said...

The colours are so vibrant Steven, inside your little grotto of soft, beautiful, blue.

Cheryl Cato said...

Quiet space indeed; it is a beautiful midnight blue. See you for breakfast after the Willow Ball.

Linda said...

We left the tent up behind the Manor. HRH and family left 8 royal attendants to serve, clean up and take the tent down after brunch. You can go with your original plan and now there is back up in case of rain. Or people can eat in either place or both. If you do not use the tent the attendants will just take it down.