spring colors from last week : blue

Knock knock ... I don't know how many of you actually read my blog ... but these days, to be honest, it's a bit disheartening. It takes me time to make a proper blog post, it costs me money (I won't lie) & time, and even though I do it with all of my heart, having almost no feedback anymore is wearing me out. I've never had dozens of comments, but it now feels like a desert, with a solitary comment most of the time.

I love sharing all these photos with you, and everything I do & go. I have always loved & will always love. This will never change !

If you make the big effort of coming here & visiting & reading, then please from time to time, take a second to post a little hello or anything else that you have on your heart ! Blogging is a two direction thing. The blogger provides a blog post, and the readers have something to read in return. If you enjoy reading my posts or looking at my photos, all I ask in return is just a little word from time to time.

But let's be clear, I do not write a blog post just to have comments. Because if it was the case, I would have stopped WAY long ago. So many of the people & friends who followed me from my early blogging days have stopped blogging themselves altogether.

Sorry about this rant, but I have had this on my heart for a long time & finally expressing feels good. I certainly don't want to vex anyone, or to feel like I have an oversized ego, but this is the way I've been feeling for a long time. I am really thankful for each of your comment, but if you don't comment, how would I know that you took time to visit ?! How can I return the visit then ?

OK. Enough of that now. Onto the photos from last week, today on the theme of BLUE color !

the Hérault river

the Hérault river

Above and below : Blue baton / Pseudophilotes baton / Azuré du thym (ou de la sarriette)

Above and below : Blue baton / Pseudophilotes baton / Azuré du thym (ou de la sarriette)

such a beautiful spring day with bright blue sky !

such a beautiful spring day with bright blue sky !

Above and below : Blue globe daisy / Globulaira alypum / Globulaire buissonnante

Above and below : Blue globe daisy / Globulaira alypum / Globulaire buissonnante

I'll post the Week Recap post this weekend. I wish you a good one. School spring break starts tonight & boy I was so ready for it !

ox

Sonia