Spring delayed this year, because Winter loves The Blues.
The River only reflects The Blues, because it is all wet.
The Windmill stands like the Tin Man, and heartlessly defies The Blues.
Cranes fly off into the wild blues yonder, and no one questions why.
Read the writing on The Wall of Blues, folks.
Stay in line and you’ll be fine. Why?
Because, Green said so.
Sure wish Winter was not so “bluesy” but, as I froze this morning walking with wind chills in the teens and 25 mph NE winds, I was grateful I did not live on the East Coast. These sure are beautiful blue pictures Uncle Tree.
Thank you kindly, Linda! 🙂
I should dedicate this one to those unfortunate Easterners up north.
It’s sunny and 60 here currently, but I won’t brag about
how much more this feels like Spring, than elsewhere.
Sunny and 60 sounds very welcome to me.
We may see 60 next Tuesday, but it will rain they say. Meantime, it is cold, but dry, so have been walking so that is a plus. I don’t know how those Easterners are dealing with the 4th nor’easter in three weeks.
Spring sure is having a lot of trouble making up her mind this year. 🙂 … love the blue-osity-ness. 😀
I can identify.
🙂 Thank you much, Widdershins! Glad you liked this one.
Thank you, Joan! 🙂
Thank you for the blue day, bird, river, rays!
Beautiful pictures and poetry. This brightened my day.
You’re quite welcome, Connie. 🙂 Glad you liked this post.
Thank you! Peace and luvz, UT
🙂 Thank you, Lloyd!
Glad to hear that, Crystal. 🙂 Thank you very much!
Look at those photographs… truly stunning, dear UT… Happy Spring! 🙂 ❤
Thank you, Aquileana! 🙂 Glad you liked these.
I wish you the happiest Spring ever! Peace and luvz, UT
Spectacular blues photos…especially liked the river and the unmoved windmill.
Beautiful photos to go with intriguing thoughts…in the antipodes – my home,= – we are sliding into glorious autumn
Thank you, George! 🙂 Must be the Dutch in our blue blood ~
Thank you kindly, Valerie! 🙂 Nice to meet you on the contrary!
Just love the cranes, the river and the blue! You live in such a Gorgeous place. I am in Cape Town and while beautiful, it is still a bustling city…
Thank you very much, Janis! 🙂 Glad you liked. Nice to meet you.
The Sandhill Crane pics are from Grand Island, Nebraska.
It’s about an hour and a half drive from Lincoln, but well worth the trip.
Can’t say I’ve ever had a comment from South Africa. How cool is that?!!!
Well Uncle Tree I used to be a crane fieldworker in KwaZulu-Natal where we have the Wattled Crane, Blue Crane and Grey-Crowned Cranes. I did lots of work with farm workers and schools…SO I miss dem cranes!
I bet you do miss them, and I can sure see why. In a couple of weeks, I plan on making the trip again.
I LOVE the windmill photo! Absolutely stunning. The wide space says everything, silently.
Thank you, kind sir! 🙂 Good to know you love this one.
Blue has attained a divine beauty in your photos. Go ahead and enjoy it till green comes surging forth. And thanks for sharing this with us.
Good to know you think so, angelbeam.
Thank you very much! 🙂 Green is coming to life.
I’m a cloud girl .. and I love blue sky 😄 Wonderful images …
Thank you kindly, Julie! 🙂 Glad you liked these pics.
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Hello Bro , i love the place You love ,i feel very alone right now,,i try not to think at all ,You know what i mean ,Bless
Thank you, Em! 🙂 Bless your blues. You fit right in.
As they say, “It is better to be alone, than to wish you were.”