|My favorite framed print. It hangs in my kitchen.|
|One of the fabrics I designed for Caos on F Gallery.|
|Peppers at the Farmer's Market at the Ferry Building, San Francisco.|
For those of you new to this monthly game, please post up to five RED photos and make a comment here with a way to link back to your blog, website or flickr page. You have until midnight, Saturday, February 23 to comment. I'll post updates during this time. If you don't have a blog, website or flickr page, send your photos to my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will post them here. Remember, this round of Roy we are encouraging tints and shades...so if you love pink...go for it!
This is the Challenge Fabric, that will go to a lucky Challenge player. I'll put the names in a hat on Sunday and will post the winner at that time...Good Luck and looking forward to lots of RED!
Check out Roy Challenge co-creator, Jennifer Q's blog for more inspiring REDS.
Fiona at Paper Ponderings has an artistic RED.
Karen Anne Glick has a pinky RED.
India Flint has a walkabout of REDS.
Maya at Million Little Stitches is playing along with some lovely maroon-y REDS.
Lisa at arzigogolare gives us glimpses of RED from her favorite rose garden in Florence. She promises to share more in the days ahead.
Kim Henkel has a beautiful accordion book featuring RED pressed geraniums. Be sure to check it out!
I'm drooling over Susan's yummy REDS.
Deb squeezed in with some last minute REDS...love the seaglass!
Here are Joan's RED photos:
|Plant in the Rainforest Exhibit at the National Zoo.|
|One of many unbelievable birds in Australia.|
|Mailbox, Sydney, Australia.|
|Phone booth, Sydney, Australia.|
This is fun. I'm glad I came across this challenge in Jennifer's blog.ReplyDelete
Hi Maya- So glad you joined in! It is fun to see what everyone comes up with each month. It's also fun to take your camera and set about on the search. I enjoyed seeing your reds this morning.Delete
So glad you are starting the Roy G Biv challenge again. I first met Roy G while working at Sears. He has been keeping my closet in order every since.ReplyDelete
And so glad that you're joining us for this round! Such yummy reds over at your blog!Delete
Love your reds...especially that strawberry! It looks so yummy.ReplyDelete
I think that's my favorite as well. Was a bit pressed for time this month...focus was more on the newsletter and upcoming classes.Delete
Hi Juie - I recognise that bird - it's a crimson rosella! Our bird life is often wildly coloured over here. I love your red fabric - and like Jennifer - the strawberry shot in particular.ReplyDelete
Hi Fiona- You can thank Joan for the Crimson Rosella photo. I am hoping that a trip to Australia is in my future. It's always been a land of mystery to me. I'm always fascinated when you show photos of different places in Australia in your posts. So glad you like the Challenge fabric!Delete
Such nice 'reds', Julie! It's always a surprise to see a strawberry up so close - you notice things that aren't necessarily evident when they're all piled together in a basket or bowl. And the shades of your fabric for the gallery are gorgeous (also those in the challenge fabric).ReplyDelete
I just posted my 'official' RED photos, and you'll see the little siblings of your pretty peppers - peperoncini - among them...
Just back fr a day at work and looking forward to seeing your new red photos, Lisa...I imagine that they will be gorgeous!Delete
I hope I'm not too late to join the search for Roy G Biv? It is already the 24th here in Australia! I thought this challenge would be fun and push me to take a few more photos.ReplyDelete
Hi Deb- Since it just turned midnight here ( I really need to get to be!)- I'll put your name in the drawing for the fabric. BTW loved the red seaglass!Delete
Thank you Julie. I don't mind if I'm not included in the draw. I just wanted to be part of this interesting challenge. There are some great photos of some very interesting things!ReplyDelete
Thanks for including me in your post.I hadn't passed my name on to you, as I didn't follow the rules (I had 6 pics instead of 5), but I had fun doing it, and your finding red challenge was the inspiration for the booklet! I too love your images (mouthwatering strawberry!!)
Hi Kim- Jennifer and I have always been a bit "loose" with the rules about the number of photos. I think we just wanted to set some guidelines...but if you are on a roll please feel free to take more! I'm so glad that you decided to join in for red (and what a wonderful piece of art you made to celebrate it!). Hope you will continue along with the rest of the colors. It's been a great way to get to know people and view their talents.Delete