Friday, January 7, 2011

Blue Day

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The trees just lost their leaves and are forming buds already.  Winter in the desert is short.  I like that about the desert.  Winter is too dark for me.  

IMG_0084 The desert also suits me because nothing is barren or dormant for long.  There is always new life, new hope, and new beginnings for a New Year.

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Blue water, blue skies, blue boats.

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Blue skies all the way; not a cloud in sight. 

(or a bat)

IMG_0095 Blue sign on a blue street on a blue day.

I’m thinking the Rebel enjoyed our walk today.

Two million more settings to learn.

Good thing longevity runs in my family.

Happy Friday my friends.

16 comments:

audrey said...

Deb, your Rebel is taking some beautiful photos. I am loving all that blue. It is snowing and grey skies here today. I love the snow - not the grey sky.
♥ audrey

Silke said...

Oooo, I can see you are playing with the same toy we have! Isn't it fun!? I still have to work myself through the manual though...

Your photos are wonderful! Of Hawaii and of your home. I like the winters here in the South as well - they still feel like a different season, but they are short and nothing is ever barren for long!

Much love to you!! And hugs and kisses! Silke

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

I am SO wishing I was there to take that walk with you! Oh my! Blue and sun....as opposed to grey and snow and cold.....
You are training the Rebel quite nicely! ;-D

XXOO~~♥
Anne

Kaerie Faerie said...

Sort of looks like Florida, lovely pics, we have the budding thing to, and all the sneezing to go with it,
LOL
Happy Weekend
Karey

yoborobo said...

I'm not a big winter fan myself. I try very hard to think good thoughts while freezing cold winds blow me across parking lots - lol! Beautiful pictures! xox Pam

Silver said...

Beautiful pictures! The skies gorgeous too!

Happy Friday back.. although it's Saturday already. ;D

Hope your weekend's grand!

Cori G. said...

Happy Friday Beloved One, or what is left of it ;-).
We are having gray skies filled with threatening clouds but that's OK, because I know the blues not far away.
So, I guess it's safe to say you learned how to turn the Rebel on ;-O. Happy learning and exploring.

xoxo cori

Ariadone said...

Can I come live with you dearest Deborah....We are flooded by waters from Belgium: melting snow is streaming down into my country...again...we might slide into the Noordzee...Keep posting lovely blue pictures..please please
Lieve groeten
Godeliva van Ariadone

audrey said...

Regarding "IF"....
Oh, Deb, Yes! Yes! All those things sound wonderful!! I would join you in each and every one. Although, it could be a little dangerous inside the printer. I would wait outside the refrigerator and open the door for you so you wouldn't get stuck in there. Can you imagine what goes on in the world under the grasses, mushrooms, lichen, and more? It would be a whole new world to explore.
♥ audrey

Diana Evans said...

oh my heavens!!! the skies are so so so so so blue!!! lovely photos sweet Deborah!!! these really brightened my night!!!!

Hugs
Diana

Sympathy for The Devil said...

ohhh Youuuuu!!!!!
i just got back from my holiday sooorrryyy i missed everything here!
im enjoying all your pics, i love the blue sky!

A BIG HUG ;)

Kjohnson said...

No hot stuff you didn't miss the giveaway! It ends this thursday so in a couple days. AND NO SPANKING! For heaven sakes no spanking! And you didn't miss a hair appointment either. I'm down the 17th thru 22nd of january:) When would you like to come in?

Marie S said...

Wonderfully blue days. This is quite a nice little camera, the pictures are so intense.
You gotta a good eye kid.
Happy Tuesday Gorgeous!

Manon Doyle said...

So pretty and I'm hopefully coming to that pretty next month!!! Yay!!! xo

Ces said...

These are happy blues! I am thinking of you. I wanted to talk to you today but I was in the boondocks and no communication!!! Ugh. Hope you are well dearest Deborah. Tsup!

Ces said...

Deborah, darling, I just opened my blog to the public. Too many worried, caring and concerned inquiries from all over the world, I could not respond to them individually and I did not want my friends to worry. Ah! that's the problem, I tried to please everyone. That was silly.