Thursday, June 18, 2015

3 in 1 and 1 more


INDIGO is the color for Roy G Biv Day! Indigo is not an easy color for me...I don't use natural indigo dyes and this strong blue rarely shows up in my work. Here I have combined my jean jacket with dyed raffia and my gold and lapis lazuli ring. The flowers below are beautiful and bloom here from early Spring through Summer and Fall. For more examples of INDIGO stop by at Julie and Jennifer for more links!

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  1. Your photography is very inspiring. Such nice compositions.

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    1. Thank you, cameras seem to do all the hard work and then the computer allows for beefing up color and composition!

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  2. Indigo is a tough one, isn't it? I really like your pot of lobelia (I think that's what it is anyway) - a lovely shade of indigo.

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    1. Sharmon, Yes, indigo is a tough one all right...yes, it is lobelia...love these small blue flowers!

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  3. Both of these are deliciously rich strong blues!

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    1. Yes, to strong and rich blues...thank you!

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  4. Quite a collection of indigos..love how they appear in the flowers and the container! Thanks for another month of playing along!-Julie

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    1. Julie, Totally my pleasure participating in Roy G Biv Day!

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  5. Beautiful! Those little flowers are one of my favorites. Need some in the garden. Enjoy!

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    1. Jennifer, I agree, these little blue flowers create a bright color spot in the garden!

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    1. Thank you...Indigo is a challenge for me but with a little effort and remembering color is everywhere...two photos with four examples!

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