|Is this Indigo? Well maybe not exactly, but I couldn't resist a photo of these inky blue-black berries!|
|Blueberries...are they Indigo? I don't know but the ones from the farmer's market were certainly delicious!|
My search had me heading to the local farmer's market last Saturday. It was about a 30 minute walk from my home and when I got there the produce did not disappoint. I'm realizing that I may have a thing for photographing fresh produce!
|Is this Indigo? A luminescent Morning Glory.|
Hope you will join in with your interpretation of this ever elusive color. To play along, post up to five (we are very lenient about this!) photos on your blog (or website or Flickr page) and post a comment here to let me know you are joining our blog hop game. I will link to your posting. If you do not have any of the above and would still like to play, email me some photos and I will post them here. The game continues until 12 midnight (Eastern USA time) Saturday, July 20. I'll continue to post updates as new entries come in.
|Indigo fabrics from my stash.|
As mentioned in my previous post, the Challenge fabric this month is actually a trio of fabrics. Play along and you will be eligible to win when I put the names in my husband's baseball cap on Sunday morning.
Hop on over to my cohort Jennifer's blog to view her beachy INDIGOS.
Charlton Stitcher has a lovely array of INDIGOS some from as far away as Thailand and some as close as her sewing basket.
Kim Henkel at Letting in the Light created a pair of INDIGO earrings for the occasion. Her wooden giraffe makes a handsome model!
Fiona at Paper Ponderings explores the concept of process in her weekly Thursday Thoughts along with a meticulously stitched piece of INDIGO Sashiko.
Cindi at The Organic Manic brings us beautiful Alaskan INDIGOS.
Lisa at arzigogolare has some amazing musical INDIGOS and a bit of history about the color...hmm maybe we should be searching for Roy G Buv?!
Christine Mauersberger has the INDIGO vat going and some gorgeous scarves!
A late entry by Maya at Million Little Stitches. Glorious INDIGO skies from way up high.