Jennifer Nichole Wells color this week is beaver: a lovely shade of brown.
The dead leaves and trees in Fairy Swamp surely fit into the “beaver” category for the color brown. I hope to get out tomorrow to see if there is any new growth with color sprouting out yet.
The dead foliage and surrounding hills around the falls, in Great Falls, Montana (taken in January 2010 before we moved) gives you a good feel for the color of beaver.
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I don’t know about you, but I am ready for the color green! Thanks for checking in on me today. I am always glad to see you all!
Jennifer Nichole Wells Photo Challenge color for this week is sea-foam. Below, you will see a picture of the sea-foam waters found off the Pensacola Beach Pier.
Local fisherman had hooked a shark while fishing from the top of the pier. I managed to catch a quick photo before they cut him loose.
The pier is a favorite fishing spot in Pensacola, Florida.
Thanks for popping in for a quick visit. I enjoy seeing all of you,
Jennifer Nichole Wells Challenge color for this week is beige, one of my favorite colors to work with as a base color to add other colors to. Find the rules to her challenge here.
Muted shades of beige are found all over Fairy Swamp in the winter.
The wild sea grasses on the beach are beige too.
Interestingly, the word beige, come from the French word, “bege” the color of undyed wool or cotton.
This heart doily is made with undyed cotton thread in a beige, or ecru color.
Many thanks to Jennifer for hosting her One Word Photo Challenge each week! It is always a challenge to find the color and photograph something to represent it. Join us!
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