I love the background, blue and terracotta...Thanks för you kinds comments....Have a nice day..Hugs
Trees which don't have much to hide and accentuate the beautiful blue!
Again this combination of colors, which I like very much. I envy you for the snow, Randy!
This Ruskin person has a great attitude. The rest of us just constantly complain about he weather!
A very pretty Santa Fe scene!
Love the splash of blue. And your quote is very apt today. :)
Mr. Ruskin has a very nice take on summing up the weather! Wonder if the mailman that puts mail in the box has the same view?
I really like that splash of blue in the photo!
Love the quote & the photo!When I was going to school up in Oregon, I thought I'd go into graphic design... until I took my first computer class. Waaaay to hard for this brain! So, I took up art, then ceramics. So kudos to you! Glad you made it thru your final project & presentation- now you can enjoy some much deserved time off... from school anyway!Happy Wednesday!
This could be framed.
Awesome shot Randy!
love that mailbox off to the side, too! :)
What a great quote - and a cool photo. I love the bit of blue.
If the shrubbery were all leafed out, we would have missed this pop of blue!
I can't help to think "cold".
I wonder how many people would walk by this scene and not give it a thought. Once we start taking pictures we see thing differently, with the eye of an artist!
The blue definitely makes for a good contrast from the tan and white.Stay warm!
I love the blue on the adobe. It's really coming down! =)
Sweet and pretty!
You got an excellent composition with some (almost) natural colors!
I'm sure it's cozy inside. ;-)
Love the shot Randy! I still can't believe that you have that much snow already!
I'm not too sure about the quote but I suppose it's true in a way... I still envy you!
Less is definitely more in this shot!
Has Mr. Ruskin ever been in a blizzard, a tornado or a hurricane? They sure seem like bad weather to me!Sometimes people say silly things that other people take as "gospel" for one reason or another.But you photo is quite lovely!
I beg your pardon. Want BAD weather? Move to Maine in Jan. Feb. March! Sheeeeeesh!
I love that quote and, for the most part, I agree.
Nature has no bad weather...in those places where there aren`t total extremes. Wonderful photo.
Blue and adobe are one of my favorite combination. Wonderful quote.
I had no idea it was snowing in your neck of the woods! And Mexican hot chocolate - what is that? Sounds good! I really love these blue windows. Such intense color!
I like the straight-on shot. It looks Asian.Nice quote, too. Ruskin must have been certifiably nuts to believe it, but it is still a nice quote.
I like your positive thinking about the weather ...
Like the quality of snow you captured.
Nice blog! :D
Randy! This has to be my favorite of all your captures so far! It's perfect!!
This is a wonderful picture, Randy. So minimalist and warm.
The blue window frame lights up the photo!
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