Saturday, May 21, 2011

neighborhood

 a new neighbor, one of three, halter is loose
it's misty this morning, but not blue. i think something's ill with my camera
 lovely to be up early and not have to be somewhere
a happy saturday. 
a cow is calling, many robins, and it's grayed green.
a day for chores and making things.
a summer edge to this day.
peaceful
as the day breathes.

12 comments:

iNd!@nA said...

how nice to have such a pretty neighbour [and before you ask...pun very much intended]

Deb G said...

It will be dawn soon here. Just let the dogs out and the robins are singing up a storm...

Velma said...

animals are the best neighbors-heard a coyote last night, haven't for a while. i have a soft spot for grays and spots, flea bitten or dappled gray is the best!

Barry said...

V- the blue of the ill camera gives the landscape and new neighbours an mysterious etherial look. B

onesmallstitch said...

hope the camera's ills are soon cured, a little indigo tint is magical but too much magic is not so good.

jude said...

this was a very indigo day...

ronnie said...

my daddio has a camera that intermittently gets the blues..... I find the results really quite lovely....

Fiona Dempster said...

Hi Velma - I really like the blue-hue; its a gentle wash over the world that makes it look calm and serene. But good luck with getting it back to normal as well - not everyday needs to be blue I guess!

Carrie said...

I like the blue hue too. It might be your white balance function, I spent months taking photos with a blue tinge before realising that the camera was still set for taking photos in the flourescent lights from uni.

Penny Berens said...

Velma - We too were shrouded in cloud yesterday and that second photo really captures the magical mystical feeling of it.

leFiligree said...

i agree with the white function setting. i constantly have to change mine from the setting i use for shade and the setting i use for full sun. lovely blue anyways.

Velma said...

hey, all, i realized my camera was set incorrectly. but i did take a bunch of photos in the rain, so something may indeed be wrong. will wait and see! thanks for all your support and ideas!

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