Heeeyyy, Mister Bluesky!
It seems that a road map, over the blueish mountains and the silhouetted trees, is leading us to the glorious sun setting.Marvellous sky to celebrate your return, Sean. :)
Such an interesting blue sky, I think it is telling a story...
Seanshine growing a little brighter each day? I hope.
It's also great that we can all reach Andrew's new blog by clicking on his name. Fascinating Scottish life!
Wonderful! It's so good to see you back Sean. I hope you are feeling better
Lovely. Happy Easter, Sean.
It's a lovely photo, with great calm in the hills. More than in the contrail-busy sky!
Bertus,ha ha - and here for those who would not know what you are refering to.Claude,one of my thoughts while taking the photograph: one does not need travelling to the Toscana ...Imagining you sitting in front of your piano playing one of your favourite pieces is as lovely as for my ears as is a glorious sun setting. CherryPie,... trying to dive into your thoughts the story is evolving, since ... Andrew,why would I feel to know you do (hope)?And it's a good feeling, my friend.To answer your question: I do feel glad that I (seem to be able to) accept current state.The very state: Bright moments seemingly becoming more than moments, but then ... from one second to the other ... Good (?) to know it's all my fault. Claude,Andrew's Andrew's Andrew's ... Francis,yep. There were less (contrails) when Eyjafjallajökull was so kind to get a bit active. Jams,at least I am getting reaffirmed: feeling better does not necessarily mean the convalescent is healed.Thanks a lot for your good thoughts. Lady Limoncello,happy Pasqua to you to.Stan,fortunately the noise in the sky does not disturb the calm in the hills. My ears are thankful.Knatolee,isn't it?