Sunday, 16 December 2012

Seaside colours


Sometimes the dark and cold at this time of year starts to get me down. It's nice then to seek a dose of colour and sunshine on blogs from sunnier climes. It's even better to wake up to a sudden clear, crisp, sunny day. On just such a golden morning recently, I went out for a walk; not far, just up through Baildon Green, following the road because the footpaths were so wet and muddy. The route passes through what was once a quarry (where some of the stone that built Saltaire originated from, I believe). Looking up the hill, I liked the tones of blue, white and sandy yellow - in fact it reminded me of seaside colours!  The trees and the grasses may be winter-dead but they are still pretty.

4 comments:

  1. It is a lovely blue sky for winter in UK. Bare trees have their own beauty.

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  2. They are still alive, and showing the best they have. Love your sky!

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  3. I've been craving some sunshine too!

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  4. What a beautiful photo. Nice frame too.

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