Wednesday, July 18, 2012

enough sunlight to take a photograph


Do you remember, Pink, the big glass goldfish bowl you left behind in Simmonscourt when you returned to America? Despite moving house many times since then, I still have it. There it is with the blue hydrangeas in. If ever you want it back just have your diplomats call my diplomats.

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  1. Wow. How lovely and sunny that room looks. Have you upped and moved your house to somewhere along the equator?!

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    1. I was merely fortunate, Ellie, to think of grabbing my camera when the long-awaited sunshine appeared this evening. The milk boiled over, but it was worth it.

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  2. Ah, look at all of that gorgeous color.

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  3. I can't remember sunlight ..... that was something that we last had in 1976 .... I'm moving to Ireland. XXXX

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  4. What an absolutely gorgeous setting this is. I want to move in.

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  5. Such days have been few and far between here lately. The cheery yellow amplifies the jolliness even more so. I'm very happy for you!

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  6. Sunshine or not, just look at the amazing blue of your hydrangeas. Maybe they like a little rain, they are so vibrant!

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  7. Such a warm, serene, and pretty room. Glad you got some sunlight!

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  8. Ahh - To see the golden sunlight bathing a room is such a happy memory (yes I am still tiddled off living under a rain cloud)

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  9. Is that ultramarine or indigo blue? Whichever it is, it is the perfect complementary colour for sunshine.

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  10. Sunlight. We're all tired of it in the southwest of America. You've made good use of it though. I love your pepper-colored tapers and your blue hydrangeas with the goldfish swimming among the stems.

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  11. Lovely splashes of colour all around the room. The curve of the curtain suggests a slight breeze, though that might be just my imagination.

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  12. Such light in the room (not available on this Pacific NW coastline!) and the hydrangea's colour is striking. I remember Mum placing a little sachet of blue dye at the base of the plant to enhance the hues.
    Thanks for sharing Mise! Gold fish bowl? Really? Chuckling at the diplomats' bit!

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  13. I must say those are rather fetching hydrangeas, as is that rather lovely pink chair in the corner of the photograph...

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  14. Wow, is that Irish sunlight? I didn't know it still existing, it's so dull here today :(

    All things nice...

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  15. Glad to see they still make fairies like they used to and that their finding skills are honed as good as ever.
    All those cork readers were checking in to see how you survive in the artic temps in the west.
    As for the Mexicans, they just love your colours!!!!
    :)

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  16. So pretty! I love the colors and textures. And happiness of things friends leave with us.

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  17. So unnaturally naturally blue.

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You're looking particularly well.

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