The deep blue sky was flecked with clouds of a blue deeper than the fundamental blue of intense cobalt, and others of a clearer blue, like the blue whiteness of the Milky Way. In the blue depth the stars were sparkling, greenish, yellow, white, pink, more brilliant, more sparkling gemlike than at home—even in Paris: opals you might call them, emeralds, lapis lazuli, rubies, sapphires. Van Gogh / Summer 1888
Every solstice and equinox we run a 3 day sale... all prints at 21% off with this code: Starry Nights 1888
Enjoy! Thank you for all the wonderful comments, and making it an especially great year at Indigo. This code will work Friday through Sunday, the 20th, 21st and 22nd. The equinox occurs at 4:43 Sunday afternoon Eastern DST. Also this week: Harvest moon Wednesday night, and the quietly beautiful Pas de deux, Saturn and Venus (Lord of the Rings and Goddess of Love) showing low in the west at nightfall this week.