|Flowers in a park in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.|
Back to the archives for this month's color! A little bit of this and that...
|Inner workings of the Eiffel Tower.|
|Fabric store in Paris.|
|Sunset off the tip of the Delmarva.|
|Vienna, Virginia farmer's market.|
|A fabulous book by Junko Oki. Click here for a post about this book.|
|In memory of my Dad.|
Looking forward to seeing your YELLOW today. Just leave a comment and I'll link to your post! I'll be updating through Saturday so hope you join me and the YELLOW seekers below:
Take a look at my color cohort, Jennifer's blog post for some urban YELLOW.
Fiona has some intriguing YELLOW and ponderings on perseverance.
Maya has floral YELLOWS and some tidbits about Indian traditions.
Sorry for the slow update response! I've been slogging through writing handouts for a new class (Healing Cloth) for this weekend...oh how I wish I had a day to just breathe.....
Here are some more fabulous YELLOW entries:
Sharmon had me longing for spring with her floral YELLOWS. Also a wonderful selection of her artwork.
Susan is also thinking about spring (I want one of those daffodil bunches!) but my fave was the YELLOW jelly fungus!
Mary Ann has some stunning YELLOW fiber collages to share this month.
Lisa has outdone herself again with her story boards filled with YELLOW mimosas. Such a happy color!
Jill has quite a collection of YELLOWS...the giant "rubber" duck had me laughing!
Yarngoddess gives us a YELLOW tour of her home.
Cindi reminds us that sometimes what we seek is right under our nose! She has an eclectic look at YELLOW. Can't wait to see what new artwork turns up with the new studio.
Margaret at Charlton Stitcher takes a look at YELLOW signage and the language of flowers.
Julie, I love the diversity of your yellow photos. I think the eiffel tower was my favorite until I came to that extraordinary embroidered portrait of your dad! I have posted my yellow today as well, and am now off to check out all the others. Thanks for hosting this!ReplyDelete
I went searching through my archives as no yellow is "happenin'" outside....and just "discovered" the Eiffel Tower yellow. I made that portrait for my Dad's 60th birthday..the year I was pregnant with my now 23-yr old son. A sweet memory.Delete
I love your yellows, Julie, especially the sweet Buckaroo - my dad is a cowboy forever, too.ReplyDelete
I like to think about him whooping it up! Missing him.Delete
I'm crazy for your yellow choices, especially the produce! I've posted my yellows from off my walls. This is so much fun ... thanks to you and Jennifer!ReplyDelete
Thanks for playing! I am so into photographing produce...esp at farmer's markets...can't wait for them to start up again.Delete
The Zucchini and the inner workings of the Eiffel tower are my favourites.ReplyDelete
Thank you for hosting Roy G Biv amidst all that you have going on. Have a good weekend.
The Eiffel Tower was "found" yellow. I wouldn't have known it if I hadn't been searching through my archives. It's just been a very busy time with too many things pulling at me at once. In a sense it is great because it means that many of my classes are going...but also a bit crazy!Delete
Love the inner workings of the Eiffel tower! What a delightful trip that must have been. I'll call soon to catch up.ReplyDelete
It was a wonderful trip! I may briefly come up for air mid-week and would love to hear from you!Delete
It looks like searching for yellow was a sort of virtual journey for you - what a nice collection! And thanks for including a link to my yellows...ReplyDelete
I hope you get the chance to breathe again soon!
I found your original comment "awaiting" but then accidentally deleted your follow up! Thanks for your comment (both) and for contributing again. I always love what you put together...so thoughtful and artistic! Hope to be taking deep breaths soon enough :)
This month I'm late posting - but you'll find some yellow over on my blog ... now to enjoy all those postings listed for our enjoyment!ReplyDelete
Enjoyed your post. Such a juxtaposition! I'm curious to find out more about the "language of flowers"Delete