And so we come to the end of the July Blues, Becky (Queen of the Squares) has been the ideal hostess, as usual, and will probably want to have a long lie down in a darkened room for a while. If you want to see what everyone else has been posting then please have a look at her excellent round-up posts.
I thank her for allowing me to showcase the blues of Cornwall and I will be posting a round-up of my own on Sunday so you can see for yourselves how many extraordinary shades of blue can be found here and if you like, choose your favourite.
Blue July: Day thirty-one
It would be hard to choose a favourite blue from all those you have shown, Jude.
But I am of course going with ‘Seaside Blue’, so often painted on houses, cafes, and beach huts. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete. x
You will see them all on Sunday Pete, then you can make a choice 🙂 Thanks for all your lovely comments this month (and always).
Looking forward to seeing them all together on Sunday. I’m envisaging a coffee table book from this collection 🙂
oh what a lovely lovely way to finish and thanks for sharing all the galleries. You have definitely finished on a high . . why do any of us go to the southern mainland Europe or further afield when we have beauty like this in the west.
Er… the weather?
Darn right! From damp but happy, in Leeds 😍☔👪💕
You stole my word but spelt it correctly. Calm waters but the pebbles are torture for paddlers 😕💕
No pebbles here Jo. Just smooth soft sand. What you can see are the ripples of the waves. Hope you are not being washed out up there! Sounds like the north has had some extreme weather!
Wonderful photo, Jude. I especially love the different blues. What a great way to finish off the month. 😊
Beautiful! I have so enjoyed all your Cornish photos Jude. They made me want to pack my bags and head back over!
I have enjoyed this month of posting a photo a day. Maybe that will be my focus next year for this blog.
Jude you’ve posted some real beauties for blue July 🙂
Thanks Gilly, glad you liked them!
Very late catching up! Have enjoyed all your squares, though I didn’t always have time to say so. We’ve been gallivanting too much.
I’m glad someone is gallivanting, it sure ain’t me!
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