Burning Hot Blues

After yesterday’s tiles in a place of worship, todays #julysquares, #blue. They are mountainous views of two different places. On the middle and bottom picture I actually stood on the very top of a love volcano and felt the heat from below. The ground was so hot you could not touch it with your bare …

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Blue Tiles

I was going to post blue skies and views today, but seeing Becky post her beautiful tiled place to sit has inspired me. #julysquares #blue Tiles in a store that I photographed for ideas. These blue tiles are actually from a Blue Mosque, I have actually shared the photos before, but here they are again. …

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Blue Lights

A new meaning to the blue lampshades, #julysquares, #blue. These are bottles cut up to look like lights. Blue light shades spotted in a well known furniture store.

Pictures On The Wall

It has been a funny old week, it is now Thursday and I feel like it should be Tuesday judging by how much work I still need to do. We swapped all the children’s bedrooms around, I mean a proper swap where girls got boys’ rooms and the boys got the girls’ rooms. It was …

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Giant Blues

The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland! giant blues, #julysquares,#blue. Click here to read about it. The Giant’s Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. The tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea. Most of the columns …

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Blue Travels

Do you fancy a new case for travelling? Look no further than here. #julysquares, #blue.

Half Way There Blues

Half Way there Becky says, #julysquares, #blue. I was in a hotel last week, it was all blue!

What Is A?

What is a tortoise’s favourite hobby? Terrapin bowling! Just for fun today, three tortoises for #julysquares #blue.

Evil Eye

It’s Saturday 13th July, almost half way through the month of #julysquares #blue. This was on a wall in Turkey, the symbol is the Evil Eye and gives you protection.