A worthwhile exercise on your part, and a series of wonderful photographs for us. Thanks, jennyfreckles.
That one worked real well.
Nice job, Jennie.
And you're ending with those fabulous exercise books!i'm sure you bought one! :o)
You hit the jackpot with this one, and what a way to end the colour series with a bang!
I've enjoyed your series, Jenny; it was a great idea. Now, what in the world is that table with a lever/knife/something sticking out of it? Jim
Luscious colors! This has been a wonderful series!
Such rich vibrant colors! Great series.
Yes indeed a real stunner to finish your series on . . . I think it is the blue hue on the Yorkshire stone flags that you have managed to contrive and capture that really does it for me. Well done again.(P.S. I am away to Salts Mill at the earliest oppertunity to try and "capture" the same image for myself . . . . impress my friends . . . this kind of thing. The betting is I will not do half as well as you have done! ! !)
Jim, it's meant to be an artist's palette with a paintbrush. (It's an art gallery, after all!)
I love that one! Good work, Jenny.
Love this one Jenny!
Wonderful colors, but what is inside the covers? Nice blue floor!
I enjoyed your series of finding colour. And I would like a bookshelf with one of each colour on it.
Oh this is beautiful! I am just catching up on here and could use a little dose of color with all the white that is falling outside right now. ~Lili
Oh so very colorful!
Stunning series of color! I really like this one, and I'm also curious about the setting, especially the knife!
I love this!
Just stumbled upon your website and was happy to catch your 'In search of coulour'. What a nice theme and a good idea indeed when all you see outside seem to have the colour grey at the moment. Thanks for sharing. And I really like this rainbow of notebooks!
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