Monday, September 21, 2009

Blue Monday - Blue Housing Development

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There's a beautiful blue housing development not too far from me.
Here's the entrance. It's called Heritage Harbor. Notice the large blue sign across the lake.

Plumbago is planted; the bloom is a beautiful pale blue.

Here's the front of the entrance gatehouse. Notice all the blue trim as well as the blue directional sign.

All informational signs are blue. Notice the blue trim on the golf course restroom building in the background.

Even all of the mailboxes are blue.

As we leave, we see this final informational blue sign.

This is the back of the gatehouse. It's trimmed in beautiful blue.

Happy Blue Monday!

Blue Monday Participants
1. LaVoice
2. Lana G!
3. Diann @ The Thrifty Groove
4. ellen b
5. Fifi Flowers
6. kathy b
7. Mary@One Perfect Bite
8. m - tales from an oc cottage
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10. RobinfromCA
11. Mar
12. Elaine @ At Home 'n About
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14. Gemma
15. Singapore plants lover
16. Anne Fannie
17. Linnea
18. Tink *~*
19. Thoughts from an Evil Overlord
20. Maria Berg, Sweden
21. Riet
22. hip chick
23. CailinMarie
24. Judi - CranberryBlossom
25. Beverly
26. Jeanne
27. cindy
28. Becky K. @Hospitality Lane
29. Debra Kaye
30. gengen
31. MyThoughtsMyVoice
32. Liz at Rose Vignettes
34. DeniseMarie
35. Ivory Spring
36. Shy
37. The Explorer, Philippines
38. Maria's Space
39. storyteller at Sacred Ruminations
40. Black eyed Susan's kitchen
41. Miranda
42. Candy
43. charli and Me
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45. Gayle in Alaska
46. Iris
47. Brittany
48. Terry
49. deb@dragonfly Treasure
50. The Bliss Journey
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53. Pagan Sphinx - Massachusetts
54. Karrie
55. carolyn USA
56. Carrie - Oak Rise Cottage

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Lana G! said...

You sure did find a lot of blue in there! Have a great week Sally!

ellen b said...

This really looks like quite the neighborhood. :0) Look at all the blue! I really love the sky in these photos.
Have a wonderful week Sally!!

Diann @ The Thrifty Groove said...

I love all the blue flowers. What a nice color scheme they went with, blue and white. Everything looks so clean and fresh.

tales from an oc cottage said...

What a pretty neighborhood!!!

m ^..^

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Now--that's definitely a Blue Monday post, Sally.... Love it!!!!!

Hope you don't have a 'blue' Monday though.

Fifi Flowers said...

Looks like a a lovely place! Happy Blue MOnday!

Anonymous said...

You found a perfect neighborhood for blue monday! The plumbago looks so pertty.

Kathy b

Mary said...

What a charming community. It's really immaculate. Not a blade of grass is out of place. I hope you're well and having a wonderful day.

RobinfromCA said...

What a beautiful place. I love that it's surrounded by water!

Happy Blue Monday!

Mar said...

It's a beautiful neighborhood and it shows so much blue!! great shots.
Happy Blue Monday!

Greyscale Territory said...

I don't think I have ever seen a housing estate geared toward a certain colour! Incredible! And it looks good!

Singapore plants lover said...

Sally, wow, you have so many wonderful "BLUE" in life.

claudie said...

Actually I wish we had pink grasshoppers here. I think they're cute Sally.
Is your house going to be like that one or similar?
Looks great
Happy Blue Monday.
Going to bed's really late.
Love Claudie

Neabear said...

Seeing your pictures reminds me of visiting my son in the Naples/Fort Myers area. Our upcoming trip includes visiting our son and family in Fort Myers. Can't wait!!
Happy Blue Monday.

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Sally, I love the blue Plumbago flowers! You found lots of blue today!
Have a great blue monday!
Hugs, Ann

PS: You have to tell me, Did you look for a blue grasshopper too???

Tink *~*~* said...

I don't think I've ever seen an entire community of blue mailboxes before - nice find!

Tink *~*~*

Elizabeth said...

I notice that lots of signs are in blue. I guess because red and yellow are taken by the gov't for signs. Have a great week, Sally!

hip chick said...

I'm no sure I would like all those signs telling me what to do in my own neighborhood. But it does look very pretty.

CailinMarie said...

That is a pretty neighborhood. It seems a lot of neighborhoods use blue for signs. It does look nice!
Happy Blue Monday!

Beverly said...

is just goes to show there is blue all around us. We just have to be aware.

Happy Blue Monday, Sally.

Cindy said...

Lots of blue in that neighborhood. You always find so many pretty blues to talk about and show. Good eyes you have. Happy Blue Monday!

Becky K. said...

That looks like a soothing neighborhood...with all of that blue.

You did find a lot there. Good job!

Becky K.

Debra said...

The neighborhood looks quite charming and I love that the mailboxes are blue!

Happy Blue Monday!

genny said...

Yes looks pretty place too. Happy Blue Monday. Mine is up too.

Liz said...

What a nice place to come home to. Very charming. Thank you for hosting Blue Monday. :)


Queen B. said...

oh my gosh, blue really is everywhere !!! hAPPY blue Monday !

Anonymous said...

You can't get much than that. Have a great week!! Thanks so much for hosting blue Monday, this is the first I have participated.

sara said...

looks like a beautiful place to live! I wonder if your Christmas lights have to be blue? :)

Anonymous said...

Hello Sally!

Looks like it would be nice to live there :-) Love the lake view :-)


Anonymous said...

oh Happy Blue Monday! (should not forget that :-)

Riet said...

hose communities in Amrica are so nice. Happy blue Monday

April said...

Is that sunshine and blue skies in your photos that I see? I haven't seen them in SOOO long!

Eleanor said...

There was blue everywhere on that estate! And did you know the plumbago originates here in South Africa. My book of indigeneous plants says the official name is Plumbago Auriculata and its Zulu name is umaSheleShele!

Shy said...

That is a very nice village with lots of blue everywhere. It looks like a quiet community too sally. nice shots! Happy blue monday.

onangelwings said...

Now that is a blue community! I want to live there.

storyteller at Sacred Ruminations said...

Looks like a lovely BLUE community! Beautiful photos ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

black eyed susans kitchen said...

I love walking around on golf courses..some of the prettiest parks ever!
♥, Susan

~Just me again~ said...

Beautiful Blues! Thanks!

Shelia said...

Very lovely Blueness, Most Smiling One! What a picture perfect place to live!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Candy said...

Love the blue mailboxes against the crisp white houses.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful blue pictures here. Is that where you will be living? I especially like the fact that all of the houses have blue mail boxes. How charming is that! I hope you have a beautiful blue Monday :>)

Mary said...

Nice pictures, Happy Blue Monday! :O)

{ L } said...

This is off topic, but I wanted to take a second to thank you for your kind comment on my home school post. I appreciate you advice too! It makes sense what you said...

LV said...

What a beautiful place. That was a really great idea they had for the blue mailboxes. You do not see those everywhere. As always, you come up with such great post.

Gayle said...

All the matching trim is one of the things that make the neighborhood so perfect-looking. Definitely a place for people who like things just so. Thanks for sharing.
The White House

xinex said...

What a beautiful development! I love al the blues...Christine

Judi said...

Happy Blue Monday
You have a lovely area around you with so much BLUEness surrounding...thank you for sharing and enjoy a nice walk...but NOT on the golf course!

Boo-Bah said...

What a beautiful development. I loved the blue mailboxes. The skies were a gorgeous blue. Your post was filled with lovely blues and I enjoyed them all.


Dragonfly Treasure said...

What a lovely blue area! Pretty!

shopannies said...

Its a blue blue neighborhood

Mrs. B. Silly said...

How cute is that?! I've never seen blue mailboxes before.

Kitty Valerie said...

Thanks for hosting this fun event. I love it!

I hope everything goes great with your new house construction.

Warm regards from South America,

Pagan Sphinx said...

I'm a little late but it's still Monday!

Thanks as always for allowing us the opportunity to celebrate BLUE!

Carolyn Ford said...

Very nice development and I really like the blue mailboxes! Those are so charming.

Darlene said...

That looks like a very nice neighborhood! Hope you are having a great Monday!!!

Carrie said...

These are such lovely blue outdoor views!

Barbara H. said...

I love all the blue signs! Especially in the top picture.

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Hi Sally,
Love the houses in Florida and the Plumbago!
Hope your day was a great one!

Terry said...

Howdy Sally
Happy Blue Monday to you !
Thanks for all the fantastic blues you found and for sharing them with us here on Blue Monday .
Blessings of joy to you and yours.
Happy Trails

MoziEsmé said...

Guess I got here too late! We posted at

Love your blues - that looks like a beautiful place!

Charlotte said...

Very pretty blues.