Friday, 14 February 2014

Afternoons Are Made For

Afternoons are made for appreciating your surroundings , I live in what was once a village but it's now got bigger. It is very much surburbia on the heels of the countryside it is stunning you just need to open your eyes. You've probably seen similar pictures before but in my mines eye they are different the season, the light the mood everything ! I'm never going to be able to get that particular again in my life. The picture below was taken on my walk home from my school where I work and I love this particular route I take.




Even though it is a little bit wet , well very wet I still see blue , a neighbouring village has flooded the fields and it looks very surreal. We've not been affected like other poor people but still fences are coming down and livestock is moved to higher ground.


Walking back from my school I spot blue again this time it's the barn door.





I feel blue but not in the sense of being down , I feel blue and it reminds me of Spring it's a hope it's a promise on the wind.

19 comments:

  1. Sometimes just taking the time to look around and appreciate simple things can make all the difference. I know what you mean about blue - it reminds me of spring too!

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  2. It looks a beautiful place. I love views of lots of blue too, the sea, the sky, blue flowers.... Blue definitely doesn't have to mean "blue" = :-( ! love Claire x

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  3. Your walk home looks really scenic and beautiful!

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  4. Beautiful photos. I have views near my house I like to look at - they look the same, but also different every day. Strangely I felt a hint of spring in the air today. It must be just around the corner.

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  5. Beautiful shots, I never take time to assess my surroundings and see whats really there

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  6. A very rustic-looking barn door!

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  7. what a great way to soend an afternoon and no rain!!! amazing x

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  8. That sky is amazing! Lovely wispy clouds. Don't feel down lovely.

    Thanks for linking up to Project 365.

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  9. these are stunning honey i am glad you have not been affected by the floods my lovely xxx

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  10. I love the idea of looking around your locality and really appreciating it. I often get fed up with where I live but when I stop, look and see what it really has to offer I smile warmly to myself. Love the door pic.

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  11. Beautiful photo's since getting my new camera I have also become more aware of colours and scenery.

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  12. Love that barn door - I wonder how many people have walked through thayt over the years #365

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  13. I like the barn door although the steps look rather precarious!

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  14. absolutely love that blue barn door, looks like if it could talk it would have some great stories to tell x

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  15. What a lovely share - I always mean to stop and photograph lovely light on my drive home but you have inspired me actually to do so. Blue loveliness.

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  16. I like that blue barn door...very atmospheric.

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  17. Beautiful photos, both of them for different reasons. It does look lovely where you live and it sounds like you appreciate it

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