Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Hidden Blue

I was at the gardens Sunday looking at the yellows and reds and purples and all the brown and green of the trees when I saw a small bit of blue at the bottom of a walkway.

It was a drain.

A pretty blue drain.





14 comments:

Cloudia said...

together we celebrate the 'little things' that have such beauty. Good eye!


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EG Wow said...

Oh, you have really good eyes, Dianne!

Sylvia K said...

What a great catch, Dianne! And who would've thought of colorful city drains! I love it! Enjoy your day!

Sylvia

Rebecca said...

An interesting contrast to the yellows, reds and browns.

Ron said...

Faaaaaaaabulous shot, Dianne!

I'm lovin' all the various hues of color from the leaves and the then the SPLASH of blue!

Great TEXTURES too!

Hope you had a super day, dear lady!

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CrystalChick said...

Quite a pretty blue for a drain!
Good eye!

Cherie said...

Tricky-tricky, hiding blue drain. ;)

Jim said...

I love your blue, Dianne. Either it is man made or a nice broken off piece of the Blue Rock Cafe, Bar & Restaurant, 522 Amboy Avenue, Cliffwood Beach, New Jersey.
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BTW, I'm running a contest on my MidWeek Blues this week. You might win.
I wish I could send you to the place involved in the prize but it would cost too much for my budget to send you there.
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Daryl said...

love that shade of blue, doesnt it remind you of those Civil Defense symbols? Sort of .. kinda .. maybe

Woody said...

Isn't that nice to find? Someone obviously took the time to paint it so you could discover it and share it with us. Happy Thanksgiving!

cHe Sulague said...

great find!:)

bobbybegood1 said...

Ditto what Cloudia said. You have such a terrific eye for finding the most exquisite things. Wonderful post. Cheers!!

Villy K said...

add a little color to your life :)

Geraldine said...

this is really pretty, it just fits, doesn't it! I agree, we can find beauty in the strangest places sometimes.

Happy week to you Dianne.