I took my camera with me on Tuesday, on a trip to one of my favorite color-collecting places....Old Town Alexandria (Virginia).
There were "signs" of BLUE everywhere...
And this interesting flag...I wonder what it represents...
A subtle BLUE...
And a glorious BLUE sky!
Where did you find your BLUES?
Post up to five BLUE photos today and leave a comment here and/or at Jennifer Coyne Qudeen's blog. We'll link to your post for our monthly Roy blog hop! I'll be posting updates through Saturday, May 23.
Jennifer has her usual marvelous collection BLUES! Love the horse, drawing and water reflections.
Lisa at arzigogolare is getting "up close and personal" with Hydrangea BLUES!
Fiona at Paper Ponderings has some Thursday Thoughts on the importance of Play and some BLUE experiments...I want some of those fabrics :)!
Fran at At the End of the Day has some "heavenly" BLUES...love that "sheepish" BLUE!
Susan and Elizabeth at PGFiber2Art were feeling the BLUES today with a wonderful selection...love the yarn bombing!
Mary Ann at Blue Sky Dreaming is "musing" about BLUES. Ooo...love that BLUE bowl too! ...and how it seems to reappear in your art piece.
Lynda at Bloom, Bake & Create is having lots of fun experimenting with BLUE! I love those cloth napkins!
Maya at Take Diversion gives us some Indian BLUES in unexpected places.
Margaret at Charlton Stitcher is featuring some "true" BLUES. Please revisit Margaret's post...I screwed up the link and it is now correct...so sorry!
Cathy at Bucolic Dreaming is joining the Search for the first time...Welcome! She shares some vibrant BLUES from her studio.
Linda Stokes has a selection of rich BLUES. I especially love the hand printed fabrics.
Sharmon Davidson has some wild BLUES! Love the blue jays and the strange (but fabulous) blue head!
Roxanne at Ideas in Cloth is pondering her BLUES.
Want to join in for the rest of the year as we follow the colors of the rainbow...and beyond?
Here are the dates for Searching for ROY G BIV Round #4 -2015
June 18: Indigo
July 16: Violet
August 20: Brown
September 17: Metallic Gold
October 15: Gray
November 19: Pink
December17: Blogger's Choice
...love all the different shades of blue...thanks for letting me play...ReplyDelete
Hi Fran...so happy that you're continuing to join in the Search! It's so much fun to see what others post...so inspiring.Delete
PGFiber2Art found more blues than we anticipated, hence it was hard to stop at 5! See our blog post today at http://pgfiber2art.blogspot.com/2015/05/blue.html. Thanks for this fun monthly color hunt!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining in again, Susan and Elizabeth! I love to see what the two of you post each month!Delete
Great assortment of blues here today...love the neon blue!ReplyDelete
I've posted a few of my favorite blues!
Hi Mary Ann..that blue bowl is stunning! (I'm coveting it :)) You are so imaginative...and productive! I love seeing your work.Delete
Julie I've blogged about the blues I found this month hereReplyDelete
What beautiful blue signage.Love blue and white they work so well together.
Hi Maya- Thanks for continuing to be a loyal color "searcher"! BTW: I've sent a number of my students to your Million Little Stitches blog to look at the Monsoon book...it's wonderful!Delete
Hi, Julie. What lovely blues!ReplyDelete
I've just posted my blue offerings, a varied mix.
Hi Margaret- I enjoyed your blues this month...thanks for continuing to participate! It's also been lots of fun seeing what you're doing with all your mark making. I hope to be doing some of that this summer...after classes are through.Delete
Hi Julie, I really enjoyed the blue tour of Alexandria, as my son used to live there and I smiled at the memory of our visit to old town. I have also posted my blues - thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
Hi Sharmon- Can't seem to find your post...Delete
Love seeing all the blues! Would love to join you all in searching. I've posted my blues here http://www.bucolicdreaming.com/ReplyDelete
Hi Cathy- Thanks for joining in! This is really a fun blog hop...you get to see so many "takes" on the color of the month. I hope that you continue to join in.Delete
As always, your Old Town posts make me yearn for a visit. Not sure if we're going to DC for the 4th this year. Will you be around?ReplyDelete
Yes...I'll be in town! It would be great to see you.Delete
Love you blues! I've posted some too: www.lindastokes-textile artist.comReplyDelete
Hi Linda...as usual...I'm in love with you textiles!Delete
Hi Julie - I think you forgot to include my link - just a reminder! :)ReplyDelete
Hi Sharmon- Finally got the link to your blues. An eclectic selection! Just love that mysterious blue head!Delete
Sorry, Julie, I don't know why it didn't publish at first, but seems to be on there now. Blogger and I are having some issues...ReplyDelete
What fun, Julie! Looks like you had a great walk that day, and it's amazing how many shades of blue you found. And what. I ask, is better than finding a sign that reads, "The garden is open." : )ReplyDelete
I love walking the streets of Old Town Alexandria...you never know what you will find! Wish I had had time to find out more about that "Garden" :)Delete