Friday, April 06, 2007

sky



Something about this sky struck me as surprising. Not quite "English" or something.
Don't know why. Maybe its easy to forget how big the sky is when you're in a city.

11 comments:

Pod said...

when i lived in london i used to crave seeing the big sky (love the song 'big sky' by kate bush too). where i grew up we had pretty much a viw of the horizon 360 degrees it was so flat. and we had a Happy Eater nearby too. i wish you a happy easter, and i wish i could meet you in the carpark behind the happy eater to give you your egg
x

Akelamalu said...

Mmm I see what you mean, unusual.

Reya Mellicker said...

Fleece scattered across the wild blue yonder!

I love the sky and am grateful to live in a city in which no building stands taller than the capitol dome. It's a silly old Masonic law (still in place), that makes possible a cityscape that's more proportional to humans than most large cities. Across the river in Arlington there are skyscrapers (our modern ziggurats). I like it here.

Ex-Shammickite said...

sort of like curdled milk....

Steffi said...

Nice picture of sky!It´s looks great!

Cream said...

Lettie, if you read back this post, you will find that it sounds as if you're either on Cloud Nine or Cloud Cuckooland...
;o)

Calamity Tat said...

Happy Easter Bunny Letty and Luce too :-)

Steve said...

Sky? What's that? You mean there's something beyond all those skyscrapers?

Budxxx said...

Hello there, thankyou for a lovely evening with you and the marvellous RW. Oh, you two are so lovely. Thankyou so muchxxxx I thought about you all day yesterday and found you something that I hope you shall like. I'm going to send it to you. I'm trying to make you something as well at the moment, but can't quite find the right materials. I'll keep working on it!

Also, yesterday I saw these jam jars full of buttons with material on the top and a piece of ribbon around the top. How much do you reckon? Sixteen pounds!! I thought, my god, if we could make these we would be millionaires. I did fondle them for a long time though, they looked lovely.

Love to youxxx

martin said...

More like Texas than suff london.....you have stopped walking have'nt you ?.

lettuce said...

Oh I wish Pod. Didn't get any eggs for Ea(s)ter. :o(
Planning to buy up all the sell-by choccie eggs in Sainsburys tomorrow. :o)

akelemalu, i'm glad you agree. It was quite striking.

Reya I like your comment. I love fleece.
ex-Shammi - curdled milk? not so much.

Steffi - thanks! and hello. I must come over and see who you are.

Cream, how very dare you!

Tat, and to you, honey. xx

Steve - haha. Not. Its a bit like that, isn't it?

bud, it was so lovely to spend time with you too. oooh I'm excited, looking forward to whatever it is.
£16!!! blimus what a nerve!

yes, Martin, stopped for a while...