Thursday, December 10, 2009

Looking at the Sky - The Sky, The Bliss



Looking at the Sky gives us a reason to continue our look upward and onward.

Patti and I were at a wedding of one of Patti's newspaper colleagues a few years ago. The ceremony was held outside, at a facility along beautiful Candlewood Lake in Western Connecticut.

Low 70s temperatures and low humidity. The facility was super, the grounds well manicured and the string trio were wonderful accoutrements. 






But the sky, so blue with the fairest weather clouds portends the beginning of married life. We see the sky as symbolic of a beautiful relationship and life for the couple from this day forward...


See the heavenly views from all over at Tisha's fun meme!




12 comments:

Liz said...

That's a wonderful setting for a wedding. Great shots. Happy LATSOF!

ramblingwoods said...

What a beautiful place for a wedding Ralph and nice to see someplace that was warm without snow..Have a very good weekend...Michelle

Glennis said...

Lovely setting for a wedding, very romantic.

chubskulit said...

Congratulations on the newlyweds. I love the second pic where there are clouds covering the couple.

My share for LATSOF this week.

DrillerAA09 said...

What a lovely day for a wedding. My cousin got married in a very similar setting. It was a beautiful ceremony.

Joops said...

What a lovely day for a wedding.

Chinhae Sunset

Shutterbug8162 said...

Beautiful location and sky! Reminds me of the great weather we had for our wedding in Oct. 08.

Dimple said...

Beautiful place. I like the second shot, the clouds give an extra dimension to the azure sky.

Eden said...

What a wonderful place for a wedding venue. I love the blue sky with scattered clouds and the blue water. Very romantic indeed.

maryt/theteach said...

Lovely, Ralph! So very pretty! I bet the day and the sky made for gorgeous wedding pix! :)

Stine in Ontario said...

That's a lovely place for a wedding. I'm glad the weather turned out so nice.

Greenearth said...

What a beautiful setting.