Wednesday, February 22

a blue sunset

a few nights ago just as the sun had almost completely set, a snow fall came as well as a warm front.
all those things created the bluest night sky i had ever seen, it reminded me of our nights spent camping by a the river in maine under moonlight. i failed to capture the real beauty of it  and found the images a bit blurry but i do hope you see pass that.

wishing you a good day.


11 comments:

Daniella said...

What a gorgeous deep blue... blurry or not!

Mdmslle. said...

So beautiful. Hope you had a good day too.

tara said...

oh! that is such a glowing blue. how amazing. thank you for sharing them.

kimberly said...

Once again tempting me to visit with the romantic images and your dreamy words. I feel like you live in an old English novel my friend~
xx

JEMAS said...

My son calls this "that blue time of the day".

Marie Elisabeth's rum said...

I have being visiting your blog for some time now. Your photos delight me. The atmosphere is transmitted to my home in a beatiful way. Thank You!

-Marie

Cannelle Et Vanille said...

wow... glowing!

Sweet Life Farm said...

I love blue and this is such a moody hue….brings up so much emotion (as your photos do). Hauntingly beautiful: I can only imagine the feelings it would stir up to be beneath its vastness. Last night the sky of red called me out to the yard as the sun set behind the mountains. It was so lovely; I could not bear to leave it. So the dogs and I took a walk around the farm. Just as we reached the house, we heard a loud squawking which I recognized: The Great Blue Heron! She settled in to the tallest snag along the creek behind the barn. I am hoping she has returned for another year to raise her babies. Thank you and blessed day Nadia!

Kelly said...

wow...its beautiful...so quiet and still, but definetly making a statement.

Lucia said...

This is the blue of wise hearts and calm eyes. When you find it in someone, that is a special person you shouldn't let go away from you.

Deb said...

Spectacular photos! I find myself lingering over your lovely blog to savor the delightfully haunting winter mood it evokes.