Thursday, April 17, 2014
Searching for Roy G Biv III: Green Update #5
It's the third Thursday of the month and time to search for this month's color-- GREEN.
I had some wonderful helpers this month. My nieces and nephew turned the search into a treasure hunt...scouring my Mom's house for GREEN items. We got a bit imaginative, even attempting to take a photo through a kaleidoscope!
I hope that you'll join in the fun. Post up to five GREEN photos on your blog and leave a comment here or on Jennifer's blog so we can link back to your post. I'll be updating through Saturday.
Be sure to check out Jennifer's blog post for more GREEN wonders.
Fiona at Paper Ponderings contemplates contentment and a lush GREEN garden.
Maya at Million Little Stitches has some interesting and appetizing GREENS this month.
Sharmon at True Adventures of an Art Addict has some grateful-for-spring GREENS.
Margaret at Charlton Stitcher has organic GREEN lines this month.
Lisa at arzigogolare has Florentine GREENS...love the gelato in mid-drip and the ever-changing Arno.
Jill at Recycled Daze is juggling blog hops! See her postcards and GREEN photos...love those cabbages!
Mary Ann at Blue Sky Dreaming has some arty GREENS as well as a plan for a new spring hairstyle featuring GREEN!
A late but worthwhile entry from Susan at Flying Dog Studio...spring GREENS inspired some beautiful works from her studio...check it out!
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Hi Julie, I have posted my greens! I'm amazed at how creative you and your nieces and nephews got, especially with the kaliedoscope photo!ReplyDelete
It was so fun to see them searching about and coming up with ideas for photographing green. Too many photos to show all of them here. Thanks for sharing your luscious spring greens, Sharmon.ReplyDelete
Hi Julie - my natural greens are over on my blog - so amazingly easy this time as the countryside has good green mad. I don't ever remember it being so lush before ... though I probably say that every year!ReplyDelete
Love the results of your treasure hunt - especially those first two. What fun you must have had with your family.
Hi Margaret- Enjoyed your selection of green and linear marks. Have you read Helen Parrott's book yet on Mark Making? If not, I think it would be a book you'd enjoy reading.Delete
Thanks for the thought, Julie. I have indeed read Helen's book - and you're so right, I did enjoy it very much - lots in there for me.Delete
How fun to turn this month's ROY into a family affair/treasure hunt! The first one is simply awesome with all of those curves...ReplyDelete
Such a variety of photos. I enjoyed each and every one.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jill. It was so fun doing this with my nieces and nephew...lots of excitement! Let me know if you've posted some green this month.Delete
Wow, what a collection Julie. How fun that you had helpers in your quest. I just put my green post up this minute. Happy week, susReplyDelete
Hi Susan- Love your new pieces...so colorful! Thanks for your contribution.Delete
The kaleidoscope picture is very pretty almost like one of your prints.ReplyDelete
My 12-yr old niece and glance at each other and I could tell the the same idea had formed in both our heads! I was surprised at how well it came out. Perhaps a future fabric with take it's inspiration from kaleidoscope photos....Delete