A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
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Reminds me of a painting Lucy - lovely light and forms.
Good morning Hermes.I look forward to your early comments.Big thanks. It makes a cheerful start to the day.And I was really pleased with this photo - the way it makes brown warm and interesting.Lucy
I get up far too early really Lucy, habit, even though I am now retired. I think my brain must be wired that way. And gives me a chance to work on my blogs with no phones ringing.
I have brown eyes. When I was a child my mother dressed me mostly in browns to my chagrin; I'd much rather have had pretty colors: red, blue, green, etc. Now that I am grown: the older I get the more beautiful brown is to me. Maybe that is the way she was seeing it. Now I find great pleasure in the richness of all the shades of brown... lovely, Lucy.
I like the sepianess (is there such a word, Lucy) of this very much.
Oooh! Like a big spread of porridge!
Barbee, hello!Brown isn't really a colour for little girls, I don't think. And middle aged women can look drab. However, older women with white hair can look very beautiful when wearing natural browns.And I don't know why - but little boys can often look very handsome in brown. Don't know why there's that difference.What interests me about this picture is that one usually associates brown with autumn - but I took this photo yesterday (on the 13th January).Lucy
Thank you Weaver of Grass.If it weren't for the green seaweed in the foreground, one might even take it to be a sepia photo.As it is . . . well, as you say . . . it's almost full (but not quite!) of sepianess.(Seems a pretty good word to me!)Lucy
Gordon - I don't know what's happened in Scotland recently but, when I lived there, porridge wasn't lumpy and brown.And the porridge I make now isn't either. Indeed, it comes out a pleasant, creamy kind of colour.Do you burn yours, perhaps?Incidentally, the lumps and bumps are part of a lumpy bumpy rocky area which is revealed at low tide.Lucy
Oh! Bother. I'm coming out as collected again.Far from Collected!Lucy(It is me!)
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