Uig, Isle of Skye
Every colour has beauty in its own way.Have a safe and happy Easter, Alexia.I hope you get some rain soon. We're still getting showers off and on here...one just went over a couple of minutes ago.
Thanks Lee. A very happy Easter to you too.
I love that first pic - so many shades of grey, and perfect stillness. Really peaceful scene, even if it isn't sunny!
Thanks Gilly - I like that shot, I must confess :)
Those statues are very unusual.
Lisa, I often wonder how the sculptor achieved that colour in the "clothes".
Oh the last one is so precious! I believe your first photo is the one like mine, that you said reminded you of yours. But I have to say I so enjoy nope, envy yours- a boat and I'm thinking a genuine real live mountain? Your grey is quite cheery for me!
Glad you like it, Karen! Yes it's a mountain - only a little one, but it has a Mt in its name :)
We have the snow and the grey here now, Alexia. You will get your turn!~
Oh, don't I know it!
I love your landscape ones! you seem to always frame them just right!.
Thanks! I appreciate the comment :)
The boat makes you want to sail away from the grey; glad I stayed for the statues.
Thank you Bob. I can't resist a boat picture.
I really like the lone boat in the bay, nice! Hope you get some clouds and rain soon, I know what a drought can feel like.
And I hope you get some warm spring weather. Thanks Max.
I'm not looking forward to the coming of that season where grey predominates. It has been lovely to enjoy a summer with so much sunlight and colour.
I certainly agree - I love the warmth.
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