Cobalt Fields

Texas pride
Photo’s perfect backdrop
View painted cobalt fields




With butterfly: Image 

Field: Image

© by rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011


Week 34 Theme
“Color, Spring and Rainbow”

About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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30 Responses to Cobalt Fields

  1. RegMystr says:

    Becca, “Stunning” says it all.

  2. So very nice to come again this post through Potluck! The blue is magical … again bravo!

  3. Alive aLwaYs says:

    Beautiful pictures

  4. So beautiful, Becca. Stumbling upon images like this is such a gift.

  5. Jingle says:

    very stunning…

    the sound of your words are musical.

  6. Oh, these images … fairytale and butterflies in my heart! And the words to accompany them … stunning!!!

  7. Oh these are so beautiful!! Such gorgeous colors!

  8. dani says:

    my favorite color!

  9. Jamie Dedes says:

    OMG, Becca, these a beautiful. Thank you for posting and a perfectly wonderful poem as well. Poem on …

  10. John says:

    Love your poetry becca and always associated with a visual image…where do you find such beautiful pictures of Bluebonnets, I as well am from the Lone Star Stae and have not seen so many. Lovely becca. Lovely!

    • Becca Givens says:

      You are a blessing, John. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement; it is greatly appreciated. Texas bluebonnet images are plentiful when “googled”.🙂

  11. magiceye says:

    this is beautiful

  12. jennirey says:

    Your stuff really amazes me Becca.. I love the picture with the butterfly..

  13. It sure is stunning, the butterfly as well, such pretty colors. You totally described this scene even without the pic, well done!🙂

  14. honeyhaiku says:

    This is gorgeous.

  15. Wow… cobalt fields, hmm, I have to admit I checked the dictionary and read it again before finally getting the gist of your expression… New to me and inspired me to widen my horizon in expressing.. thanks!!! *HUG*

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