Thursday, March 25, 2010

Mimosa yellow

There is so much mimosa in the valley of le Légué, and the colour recurs in flashes.













More tomorrow.

10 comments:

PurestGreen said...

That yellow is incredible. As soon as I saw those trees I thought of flower bouquet picked by a giant.

Fire Bird said...

jolie jaune

Zhoen said...

Lovely place.

HKatz said...

I love that first photo especially - like someone started applying a paintbrush to the hills, then just wandered off to do something else (sailing perhaps). I like how the yellow pops out among the browns and duller shades of green.

And excellent boat photos. I'm pretty much a landlubber, but the sight of boats, especially painted in these bright colors, is such a cheerful sight (and the smell of the sea comes with it). I also like the continuity from the previous post and its shots of various angles and aspects of boats.

A Fitness Minute with Pat Anderson said...

Enjoyed visiting your blog. Nice photos!
Pat

Isabelle said...

Wow. What colours!

Crafty Green Poet said...

what wonderful yellows

D. Jean Quarles said...

Lucy, what a wonderful eye. I loved the photos. Well done!

Barrett Bonden said...

This is unworthy of you, Lucy. Even I can take reasonable photos of boats. Time to return to your dross-into-gold mode by concentrating on animal-feed silos and rusting external spiral staircases.

zephyr said...

i do love these!!