Spring sprinkles magic –
dusting of daisies
A field of daisies on an island – what a paradise for a daisy and island lover like myself!
Daisy fairy dust (I agree with Seonaid) 🙂
Love daisies…they’re always so cheerful! Thanks for visiting my blog-I enjoyed yours as well!
Thanks Karen, I only had a quick dip in and out but I’ll be back soon!
Many thanks! 🙂
There is something so delightful about a field, mass planted, when it bursts into bloom. This photo made my heart sing.
Mary, that’s lovely to hear, thank you.
Love this! It’s been a busy morning and I really needed that moment to just relax and look at a beautiful landscape – so thanks for sharing and making me smile! 🙂
How lovely to hear from you and thank you! I must pop over to your blog now for a catch up.
Hi as promised some Irish images on my blog for you!
Thank you so much! You are an inspiration. P
Oh…. I much prefer this white “dusting” to the one we got last night!
Dale, I can’t believe it…it’s back?!
It is! Though most of it has since disappeared by now…Brrr! How can you go from 22°C on Monday to 15°C on Tuesday to -7°C (feels like -14°C) today! After my walk with my dog, my chin was numb!
The world is going mad!
Brilliant photo, in every sense!
Thank you 🙂
…let us not forget that blue blue sky!!!
..a rare sight but we are seeing quite a lot of it in recent days! P
Wow, just beautiful.
French knots sewn on land …
Aquamarine sea blanket
Beautiful Sherkin x
My favorite flower! I could spend hours here. Lovely image.
I remember your love of daisies from my last daisy post…which I now recall has the same title as this post. (Talking about unimaginative 🙂
Still, Maureen, I think one can never have enough daisy days! Px
Very nice capture, especially the layering of the scene that draws me further and further into the landscape. Your poem adds to the quietude of the image.
Thanks Sally, it was all there for the taking and all I had to do was snap – the beauty of being in the right place at the right time.
Daisy dust….I love it 🙂
How right you are re sunshine! Thanks also for lovely comment. I know that if I saw where you lived I’d be drawing and stitching. In my next blog post I’ll include an Irish one from my visit a couple of years ago
Really looking forward to seeing that! I love how you paint with textiles. If ever you see a picture here that inspires you to draw/stitch it, I would be truly honoured.
Well I have a rule that I only stitch what I’ve seen in reality! I do love your images though so maybe!
I should have remembered that from your recent post.:)
Now here’s the thing…you will just have to come to Sherkin and see it for yourself!
Now there’s a thought! I am due to teach in northern Ireland but not until 2016 a
So fresh and inviting . Beautiful image. The color of the water is amazing.
Hi Deb, The colours in the water were truly amazing yesterday and they changed constantly. For a day that started out quite dull and overcast, it turned out to be a stunner and we were so glad that we had made the effort to go there.
I love your images, so painterly
Thanks Carol, a bit of sunshine makes all the difference!
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