I made this picture a few weeks ago. It was a perfect sunny afternoon – one of those first precious ones of early Spring which you just want to soak up slowly, deliciously. I was sitting at my desk working and listening to Tell Me by Troubadour Rose (if you don’t know the band you should check them out – Bryony’s lyrics are just gorgeous). Sometimes a line in a song just gets you, and sparks something. Anyway, I put this together and posted it on twitter and the band tweeted me back just an hour or so later to say they loved it! You hear many negative things about the internet these days, but really it’s a wonder – such a powerful tool for communication.
© images and content Emily Hughes, 2014
Thank you for capturing that certain, often elusive joie de vivre.
you’re welcome, Summer! I’m glad it was appreciated 🙂
A beautiful image. Such a wonderful blend of hues.
thanks so much!
Oh yes, an image full of those fleeting moments of perfection.
I’m unfamiliar with Troubadour Rose but will check out their music because of your post. Your photo is lovely!!
oh you definitely should! They are wonderfully talented. Thanks for the lovely comment!
Superb shot and calm mood.
Have a nice weekend.
Elegant, fleeting and beautiful – I can see why the band liked it.
yes it was nice that they responded… I’ve just had it printed up to send to them and I’m really pleased with it. Thanks for commenting Richard! x
If I didn’t have the internet I wouldn’t know how to get anywhere, we would have no furniture in our house, no house anyway, the list goes on. Plus, I wouldn’t even be here now. 🙂 🙂 🙂 Lovely image, Emily!
so true, Gigi! And thank you! x
love this image
Thanks Shimon, I’m glad you liked it – Emily
wonderful image and, about internet it is not the tool what makes it wrong, we are the ones!
yes that’s very true – the internet used for good (and in moderation) can have such a positive influence on people’s lives. Thanks, Jesus!
That’s a great story, and it’s a really beautiful photo. Sometimes it all comes together, right?
oh yes – those elusive moments! Thanks so much!
Says summer to me, love it