it was fun to read how everyone is tackling their winter blues and lack of color:
We are painting the interior of our house, all kinds of wonderful colors.....tomato bisque, apache clay, grey expose, honeysuckle beige (a yellow), canyon earth,dusky hyacinth,and wetlands (a green). Wonderful names and wonderful fun colors. They are all in a color family and when I look from one room to the next, it makes me smile. -Yvonne
Everything around here is white with snow and so this afternoon l paint a sun! -Lynda
turning all the lights on in the house or my studio seems to help!! -Caterina
surrounded by colorful things, from embroidery to Tibetan prayer flag, and no matter what the fickle weather throws, there's color in my mind's eye, color in my memories. I wear red, stay in bed imagining the vistas of this wide, wide world, listen to colorful music, eat apples, beets and carrots, fling colorful words and strokes in pencil, pen, or brush across a ragged page, and so abide, content within my days. -Ms.
yes, I'm big-time color starved--I need to go pull out some colorful fabric and make something/anything with it!
I am dreaming of green...I bought myself a bunch of tulips, orange with yellow tips, with the groceries this week. What a gift ! And my rainbow of embroidery floss does make me smile. -Kim
Yes! You diagnosed what I'm suffering from! I hate my phone's camera for that reason-- all of the photos come out "blue" and somber. Today I tried retouching photos for my post on a "new" editing program my daughter loaded on my computer. Things are a little brighter, but could be better. -Nathalie
our fog has lifted today - finally
but here are a couple of parting shots from yesterday
Rime Ice coating the tree branches
(Rime Ice, which I had never heard of before now, is formed in freezing fog conditions)