THE LAST OF THE BLUE DAYS OF A SQUARE JULY – Garry Armstrong

LAST BLUE DAYS IN SQUARE JULY – Garry Armstrong
And I get the final blue evening by the river …

BLUE ON WOOD – Marilyn Armstrong

BLUE DOOR ON A HOUSE WITH A BRIGHT AUTUMN TREE

Every autumn, I go and take pictures of this little house because it sits next to a large maple tree that turns bright red or orange every fall. So I have a series of pictures of this house on subsequent autumn afternoons. Some autumn color changes are better than other years, but the little house always has its blue door.

I believe it used to be a carriage house for a larger home that is gone now.

MORE HINTS OF BLUE – Marilyn Armstrong

MORE THAN A HINT OF BLUE

A kayak on the Blackstone River. Dressed in blue and in a blue kayak. And the water is blue … Just your basic blue day in early summer.

What better way to spend a warm summer day than in a kayak in the river, soft breezes blowing over the water.

FRIENDS AND THE JULY BLUES – Marilyn Armstrong

FRIENDS AND THE JULY BLUES

And there we were at the farm and Ben was wearing his favorite blue shirt.

Friends in blue. Is that the same as blue friends?

Regardless, this is our friend Ben at the farm in August using his favorite OMD Olympus camera.

Friends in blue – July Blues

BLUE JULY AND UP IN THE AIR! – Garry Armstrong

Up in the Air We Go Flying Again

Oh, how I love to go up in a swing,
Up in the air so BLUE!
Oh, I do think it’s the pleasantest thing,
Ever a child can do …


But lacking a swing, will a helicopter do?

Blue sky and a helicopter

TRUE BLUE – Marilyn Armstrong

Signs in blue

Looking for something different? Becky sent me the clue and I realized “Hey, I have signs too!”

So here are a couple of them. Square and unquestionably blue!

Paint a rock, take a rock. pass on your rocks …
And then, there are the hours at the pot shop!

ROMANTIC BLUE IN JULY – Marilyn Armstrong

The blue romance of July is an icy river from last winter

On this very hot day in July, thoughts tend to turn more to cold showers than romance … but it will get better.

By Monday, the heat will break and then it will be a normal hot summer. Or, so we hope. Because the weather has not been anything like normal in quite a while and I wonder if it will ever be “normal” again.

An icy blue river in February.