I REALLY LIKE YOUR SNAPSHOTS BUT I MISS SOME EXTRA INFORMATION TO EXPLAIN US YOUR FEELINGS ABOUT THEM. NEVERTHELESS, I LIKE ALL OF THEM.
Celerman,Thank you for re-visiting my blog and for your explanation. David,The photos are intermissions from poetry and music. I’m concentrating on composing music but, being a perfectionist, I am far from happy with the results.This photo represents an evening that I could taste on my tongue. I sat marvelling at such a peachy, fiery sunset. At the top of the picture (and beyond) there were hues and streaks of cornflower blue. It was a spectacle to behold. I think every sunset is different. I have another sunset picture that shows different colours - turquoise, lavenders and violets, but it is stored on another computer.Regards,Coral
Nice photos and poems. I especially like the December Leaves.
Thanks for your comment, I love John Betjeman's poems so the comparison is very much appreciated.Your pictures are fantastic and inspirational, keep them coming.
Thanks for your nice email about Benderloch websites pictures!I enjoyed looking at your site.Nice photos which are most inspiring!Steve.
Tash, Doctor Peg, JanZ and Steve,Many thanks for stopping at my blog and for your kind comments that warm the cockles of my heart. All my fans - I love you all and I love your blogs.Regards,Coral
Thanks again Coral for your new comments on my paintings. It gave me quite a boost to read them on a wet afternoon in the Scottish Highlands!Lovely sunset - well spotted!Steve.
I love sunsets that splash peach and lavender across the skies. Very pretty.
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