Friday, August 2, 2013

Focus on Life: Blue Meanie!

A hit and run post as I prepare for a weekend of Craft Fair selling.


I feel like a Meanie because I am not taking my usual amount of care with this post. Oh well. Hope you enjoy my response to the prompt from Sally Russick: "Hues of Blue." 

Here are some of the blues I like. 

Daytime moon - blue sky

The sky a little later

Wild Chicory - Early in the day

Late in the day, their color lightens

A neighbor's blue hydrangea

See everyone else's Hues of Blue. Sally's blog The Studio Sublime, Or use the link tool below. 




15 comments:

  1. Your blue hydrangea is much bluer than mine! Really like the wild chicory... looks a bit like batchelor buttons!

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  2. Oh pretty! Love the shade of blue of that sky in particular. Hope you have a great show!

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  3. I like the one with the moon :)

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  4. I had trouble this week too. Very pretty blues...

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  5. A lovely lot of blues there - the wild chicory is a very pretty flower, and I do love Hydrangeas!

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  6. These are so nice- I love the moon in the blue sky, and the 'before and after' style!

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  7. Cool blue photos. It's interesting to learn that the wild chicory changes color during the day.

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  8. I'm singing the blues with you. lol. My hydrangea never ever blooms anymore. :(

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  9. Gorgeous photos, really love the moon in the sky and hydrangeas are one of my favorite flowers!!!

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  10. Love them all! The sky always captures my attention and then when the moon is showing off in the day time...I just love it!

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  11. Oh Beti, I just love the blue of the Chicory in the early morning - that's a stunner! And the blue hydrangeas are super, too!!

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  12. I love hydrangeas....I would so love to get some going in my garden. Hopefully next year!

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  13. Oh, Beti, absolutely lovely - and I finally know how you call the Chicory (we have a very similar name, I will remember the English name now :) )... it's one of my favourite wild flowers. We always picked its flowers early in the morning for tea - I'll have to ask my mom what was she using it for (she's the homeopath in our family).

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  14. I think that you did a fantastic job! Love all the shots and color variations.

    Enjoy your week Beti.

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  15. You're not a meanie at all sometimes just the photos and some simple words are all that's needed, great shots!

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