Sometimes, walking along a street, I see something that just makes me smile.
This red bike, and the red geraniums behind it, had that effect. The sun helped.
It is a simple, everyday sight, but somehow beautiful and pleasing to the eye. Or maybe that’s just me?
It made me smile, too. Thanks. 🙂
yippy ya hooooo and serendipity shtufffs.., it takes a refined lens (not speaking of camera lens) to note of the riches of simplicity. It’s possible, one simple image can/could turn into a novel?
Oh what a wonderful idea. Now I look at it again, it does have that dust jacket sort of promise doesn’t it. I don’t know who lives in the house, so yes, a whole world and life could be imagined beyond those doors…
Hudson Howl said it perfectly–it’s the willingness to *see* that results in such pleasure. Then it gets passed on to us! >:-D
Oh Laurel, you do say the loveliest things!
well, sheesh… you *do* pass things on to us!
It’s a two way street I believe!
that’s a relief–sometimes I don’t realize that! >:-D
This photo is a reason to smile indeed!
Thanks. Give Teddy of the Big Bones a cuddle from me. 🙂
I’m the same way. it could be anything. How nice that they color coordinated.
Yes, thoughtful of the neighbours wasn’t it. 🙂
Nope not just you. The everyday-ness of things can be very nice. I love red so I loved The Boots, the bike and the red geraniums.. 🙂
It’s a sort of magic in the quotidien; a surrealism of the ordinary.
Mybe I shall do a red post one of these days. 🙂