Thursday, July 28, 2011

The Little Things

“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together."  Vincent Van Gogh
click to enlarge for a pretty rainbow
Love this quote for a rainbow theme, you might call it science or the simple beauty of nature but got to love the little things working together to make rainbows.  Have not been able to get access to the internet much on this trip and looking forward to catching up with everyone soon.  In the mean time, check Sky Watch Friday to see what other bloggers have found on their horizon to share this week.
Tattered Angels paints has a big give away on their web site this month while celebrating all the fun things you can do with colour.
Jill at Bittersweet Soap has a darling give away on her site of little matchbook notes, stop by to tell her she is sweet to share her creative projects.

Thursday, July 14, 2011


"The Sky is the daily bread of the imagination. " Ralph Waldo Emerson
click to enlarge this pretty view of the beach
Thought my skywatching friends might like this quote. Appreciating the show that nature puts on in our skies has got to be one of the cheapest but sweetest forms of entertainment. 
On a road trip for two weeks, will check in to skywatch if we can or post photos from along the way. Looking forward to catching up with family and friends in Cape Cod and dipping my toes in the sand.  We all know blogger has been quirky lately when using other machines, I might be a while before getting back to folks but will do so soon.

Thursday, July 07, 2011

East & West

"In the sky, there is no distinction of east and west. "  Buddha
click to enlarge for the moon at sunrise combination
A nice quote to share with our sky watching friends who like to capture those moments when the sky is putting on a free show for us all. Like this one from my early morning walk watching the sun and moon slip off in different directions and thinking of all the places I would like to travel. 
Click the link for a trip around the globe with Sky Watchers showing their own view of the horizon.