California Colors

I’d almost, almost forgotten how beautiful the colors are in California. . . .

Yes, the skies really are that blue here. The tree with the striking yellow blooms is a gold medallion (Cassia leptophylla).

One of the lovely boutiques in the Cedros Design District of Solana Beach, and the ever-present red convertible.

They even have hydrangeas here!

Hope your week’s going well so far. . . .

{carole}

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18 Responses to California Colors

  1. Ms. Spock says:

    Look at the color of the sky!!! That counts as a California color as well, doesn’t it?

  2. Caroline says:

    Amazing. Lucky you to be living in a place like that. Each of the three photos is really nice.

  3. bonniegunkel says:

    That first shot is just amazing! That also qualifies as a Carolina Blue sky šŸ™‚

  4. Love the first photo with the contrast of the blue and gold flowers. What a great color combination.

  5. The cassia looks spectacular against the blue sky. Very California dreaming.

  6. gorgeous gorgeous! It’s why I want to move back to Cali!

  7. TBM says:

    I need to find time to make a visit to this state. I haven’t been in years since all of the family moved away, but it is so beautiful and has so many wonderful memories for me.

  8. Lady Jennie says:

    Oh, that blue and gold together!!!

  9. Patti says:

    I remember the first time I saw that color – the phrase “cerulean skies” suddenly made sense to me!

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