Yesterday's experience

Yesterday I went on a picnic to the lake.
This is what I saw.
Look left (yes they are my feet)...


...look right

 

...look further right

(a windsurfer precariously balancing,
...and a duck)


...look further left...ahhh green trees!


Last night there was a mega sunset.


...ta da!
(I tried to interpret the colours as closely as possible.)


Ay..may..zing!
Free sky show for any who had the thought to look. 


Much love,
Jazzy Jack

14 comments:

  1. Wonderful picnic spot! And this sunset really is amazing!! I am glad that you thoroughly enjoyed the sky show. :) xxx

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    1. I know you understand, from your lovely sunset pictures!

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  2. A lovely visit to your picnic spot ....from the cool greens cello- like to the pinky red sunset richly velvet clarinet- like to the gold-red blast of the trumpet and trombone. thanks for the fun journey..you even colour co-ordinated your rug!!! D&M xxxx

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  3. Love the lush green and love the sunset … Mother Nature is one amazing lady ;0)
    xx

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  4. Beautiful photographs Jazzy Jack. It seems so tranquil, a place to calm the inner turmoil.
    Hugs

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  5. What a lovely spot for a picnic - fab photos, and a stunning sunset. xxx

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  6. Breathtaking photographs of the sunset! I only can imagine how great it was to see it alive! How nice it is to spend a day at the place like this one and to finish it by looking at such sunset?

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  7. Amazing!

    (I've taken farewell from barefoot for a long time now...)

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  8. What a beautiful spot for a picnic. An amazing sky is always so breathtaking and I always love a dark tree silhouette and what would life be without ducks? You have cute toes!
    xoxo

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  9. Very envious, I'd love to be there right now instead of wrapped up in tights and boots! xxx

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  10. :D You're hilarious! Oh my, the last photo looks like a scene from The Lion King :D

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