Absolutely lovely, green is the overriding colour of a European mid-summer.
I agree, Arija, wholeheartedly! :-)Hugs,M.
Claude Monet? Is that you?
Alan, not fair, I was just thinking the very same thing;') Merisi, it is truly magnificent~
Ditto Alan and Mary Howell Cromer :-)
I wish it were hanging on my bedroom wall where I could selfishly revel in the color and calm, not sharing it with all, just MacbeautifulhugsSandi
Lush, vibrant, impressionistic. I could dive right in and lose myself in the gorgeous jewel tones.
Out of the green.
My favorite garden colours :-)Just finished Waiting for Sunrise. Thanks for the recommendation some time ago.
Merisi, I thought that this natural gift of green and blue would so easily translate into various textile arts.I think that I agree with you about the Wm Boyd. As I read my way through its pages, my sense of what was afoot began to sense a bit of the familiar. I did not wish this to happen, but it did. Perhaps themes of hidden identities have been visited often before? Maybe a younger reader would feel differently.xo
Frances,I am not into spy or historical novels, but I thought I should read it, what with the Vienna connection and such. Well, it was an easy and quick read, to say something positive. Good thing you did not buy it! ;-)
Thank you all! :-)That's the view from my window, captured before I was fully awake. ;-)
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