skywatch friday

…she stared out the car window and watched as the country terrain began to roll gently under a lovely postcard blue sky, the fields and meadows changing color like the patterns on a quilt, moving from pale greens to muted gold’s to faded browns, dotted here and there with grazing creamy white sheep and striped with sleeping grape vines strung out like martyrs between five foot posts. ~Chapter 15, Love is a Many Splintered Thing

16 thoughts on “skywatch friday

  1. I can’t even express how much I LOVE this photograph! It has clarity, crispness and rich color, and the textures are so wonderful! Your quote tells of a postcard blue sky, and also of a moving quilt, but this shot, though like a quilt in its variety, is just so much more! You have a lot to be proud of with this…what a great Skywatch! Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Wow, this is so beautiful! The perspective draws me right in. I want to be there NOW. Thanks for your visit and comment at my skywatch post. 🙂

    • Really beautiful – the cagrvnis are amazing and the sky looks like rain. Very nice “composition” with the diagonal line dividing the temple and sky. and then that one little bird. Great SWF! And thanks for your visit to mine.

  3. a stunning photo bookbaby–the logic of it so rustic; beauty soulful. I think the text, mentioning the “postcard blue sky” immediately prompts the mind back to the image, to accept the postcard dreamy quality, to also embellish it further with our own inner nostalgia… at least that is what happened to little old me.

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