A Topaz Sky

I’ve just been checking on Google, and I seem to be able to get away with describing most shades of blue as ‘topaz’.  So here I am, during a lunchtime walk last week, glancing through the treetops at a topaz sky.

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Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

39 thoughts on “A Topaz Sky”

  1. I”ll have to look up Topaz. For me it always meant my birthstone- a weak amber colour I wasn’t too fond of. Huge applause for your deployment of it here. 🙂 🙂 I think we may be set to reclaim those blue skies here this week. They’ve been a bit elusive lately. But I never mind sharing. Enjoy your walk today, Margaret!

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  2. You’re right, reduced pollution has led to wonderful sky which turns out to be blue. On the downside the greenhouse has been cold overnight. In answer to your question, we’re both fine and hope you still are.

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      1. Less to insure…. 😉 seriously, the only thing of some value are our piano and my cello…. my rings and watches are no longer of any interest to me. I’m going back to be a
        Modest woman!!!

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  3. A topaz sky? Love the word but I always thought topaz was yellow. Saying that we do get some fabulous yellow skies at sunset. When it’s not a blanket of cloud 😕

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    1. I absolutely agree. But Google it. Sure, amber-ish comes up, but then every colour of blue you can think of. And it suited me to have it blue today. So I did.


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