ТomDerElch.de, так происходит!
Из всех цветов дня, один лишь угрюмо-сонный синий по-хозяйски выкатывает на крыльцо, гремя своими деревянными сандалиями. Сядет на ступеньку: осматривает, приценивается, отбирает. И, наступает на нас красным быком.
Склад же, выкрашенный в синий, как петух, закукарекавший 'Hit' ночных курантов среди белого дня...
All trying not to get their feet wet after an absolute downpour, Marlene. ;)
The comings-and-goings of turisti you might say, with their individual thoughts, wishes and hopes, as in the world-over.
Greetings to you too, ~ :D
You and me too, Maggie, I think it would have spoiled the guy's day somewhat!
I didn't see the air turn blue after I left, so I presume he didn't get the pooch's 'present' and therefor avoid any public transport on his way home. :o)
Thank you, Amelia! 'Feathers' in the sky' - that's lovely... This one though, is definitely not 'light as a feather' :)
October skies have been coming in rather dramatic fashion this year, mostly for 'show' - so far no hurricanes, not even much rain. All might change without warning - just saw on TV pictures of 'swimming cars' in north-east Germany, Holland, and a record cold in Russia...
Best wishes - weather-wise, and other-wise, B.
Wonderful lights, like!
Very interesting image, Antje - deceptively simple on the surface, but in fact - quite deep and rich with nuances. Overall it seems rather 'austere', dramatically de-saturated, compared to mostly docile and colorful Swiss landscape we normally see.
The mountain-shaped, cold silver-light pattern of the lake, reflects and transforms, creating a beautiful 'autumn quietude impression'. Although it might not be as quite as it seems...
I've never met a woman yet who doesn't like window shopping, Marlene, and any men that do! :)
Many thanks for your observation, it's appreciated!
Happy browsing, ~ :^D
You, and me too, Richard, and from the looks of him he's thrown a few in as well! :o)**
I'm very flattered and delighted with your L&F, many thanks, ~ :D
I really don't know, Antje...
Sometimes 'the light you see at the end of the tunnel is the front of an oncoming train', so I hope i'm not in the tunnel at all, but rather in some unfamiliar place that takes time to get used to. I still have trouble to believe, that summer is really gone - what a bummer! :)
Do I mind, Ed?! It only makes me very happy - you've chosen the 'blue one' to be your 'closing' screen very cleverly - that's exactly what it's about :)