I’ve been writing all of these posts ahead of time (it’s Tuesday right now, and Paul is 5 hours from being here, not to mention Friday is my last day of work, so you can see why!). Blue is kind of a hard color for me, because I automatically imagine a darker blue, which isn’t one of my personal favorites. But then I started thinking about the transition I’m about to make, and looking at photos of New York and Bozeman, and I reconsidered blue.
This is a spot near the North Cove in Battery Park which I discovered on a walking tour when I first moved to New York. The tour was during the day, and the guide mentioned the blue lights at night. I wanted to go back to see them, but somehow four years slipped away. So when we were downtown for a concert last year, I went back with Paul and Alexa. It’s a gorgeous little secret spot. I always wished I had someone to take there.
Luminous reflections of Times Square in the rain. Possibly more exciting than the actual hyper buildings, in my opinion. I love taking photos in the rain.
That photo reminded me of this one, the Grand Prismatic Spring at Yellowstone. The water gets cooler the further it gets from the spring, and different bacteria grow in the different temperatures. Hence the color variation. Nature is so amazing!
And finally, a big blue sky outside of the MSU art studios. I can’t wait to get back to it.