All right. All right. Call it art theft if you like. I’ve captured one of the Wenlock Edge Sky Painter’s quirkier pieces and am passing it off as my own. But then who could resist stealing that rose petal cloud? We all of us need one now and then. So please, be my guest. Cast off in the blue. Drift and dream. Who knows where it will take you.
Thursday’s Special This week Paula asks us to think pink. Please waft over there for more pink thoughts.
12 thoughts on “Thinking Pink Over Wenlock Edge: Thursday’s Special”
🙂 I also see pink angel wings. Thank you for the master painter’s canvas 🙂
You are most welcome 🙂
Triple thanks. A great photo; a lovely character in the Sky Painter; and you’ve returned me to Paul’s who’d slipped out of my feed somehow.
So happy to be of service, Meg. While I’m here you might like my previous stone circle post. Just thought I’d mention it 🙂
I read it with greta interest, and put it aside to savour before I respond – as I do with many of your posts. The weekend is a long one, so I’ll have time after a fairly frantic week.
I didn’t mean to set you homework 🙂
So very special!
Looks like cotton candy floating in the sky. 😊
You’ve got a very high quality sky painter for your village 🙂 Ours seems to work seasonally, doing his or her (their?) best work in March.
I’m with you who could resist such a beauty. 🙂
Beautiful! Living in the city, my view of the skies is somewhat limited. Even then, the sight of clouds tinged with pink at dusk always gives me pause.