Tuesday, April 5

green, white-- and a bunch of dead brown stuff

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(First, a shout out to Bridgmor-- can you send me your blog addy again? I have lost it in my impeccable filing ways . .)

So there is much with the white and dead brown with bits of green (not Spring green, mind you) mixed in. And I thought, why should I keep that all to myself? Why would I not want the world to enjoy peeling paint and misty whites?

Surely the world doesn't just want shimmering beaches and images of a pink heaven.

Goodness, no.
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What's that you say? Those aren't really "greens"?-- too much work for your sun dappled eyes to see how the white sheers into an icy pale aqua?

Entendu, mes choux-- I can scare up something stronger.

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But under it all? We got white. Nothing but white on white.

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oh, and-- more dead brown stuff.

Bisous, E

9 comments:

  1. Elizabeth, thank you for reminding me that I'm not alone in the white-ness and dead brown stuff ... I really like these images alot!
    Hang in there,

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  2. Oh E, I am beginning to feel, well sad that you are still living in the center of the fluffy white marshmallow . I always thought Minnesota was the last to green up, usually end of April into May. But your neighborhood, well if I could package up the warmth of the sun and fields of crocus and daffodils, I would send it sailing along on a warm breeze right to your front door.

    I want to say "hang in there" but it just seems trite at the moment.
    Darn mother nature, sometimes.

    Bridgemor

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  3. Shimmering beaches and pink sands are totally overrated. Okay...nope that's a lie. But, would it make you feel better if I told you I was thinking of you while lying on said shimmering beach?

    ;)

    Seriously...I am thinking of you a ton, knowing that you would love it here. Miss you!

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  4. An apology is needed. In my haste to comment I did not read the post before mine.
    I stated saying "hang in there" sounded trite. In no way did I mean to offend anyone. If I did a profusely apologize.
    Now I will tuck my tail and walk quietly back to my room.

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  5. Ah but you make all that white, brown and green so lovely through your lens!

    Karen

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  6. Thanks everybody!!! you are so incredibly kind to hang in there with me!! (and no, Bridge-- you couldn't ever be anything more than kind so no tail-tucking ever!)

    Things are shifting, they are-- but holy hella am I DONE with New Hampshire? Yes, the answer is a veritable Molly Bloom shout of YES YES YES YES YES

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  7. Stunning...these images blow my socks off:) I love you immensely.

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  8. Your photos are spectacular! Wow. I love your preachin' too.

    I want to know where the fields of daffodils and crocus are, because here in Bloomington, I only have dead brown grass with patches of dirty old snow in chunks. I will DRIVE to see them Bridgemor!

    Glad that you have your groove back Elizabeth!

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  9. I know where all the daffodils are! Elizabeth i so get it with being done with nh.

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thank you so much for sharing your thoughts with me-- I love that you stopped by and hope something I shared was what you needed today. xo, e