Thursday, October 25, 2007

Experimenting with Blue

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  1. this blue looks really amazing!)

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  2. 1st November is coming soon ;-)!

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  3. Its a sucessful experiment Kate. Love the soft twigs and the bold blue. A great combination.

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  4. Nice experiment! I would keep these "vases"? (Water bottles?)

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  5. Is that Pussy Willow in the blue bottles? Wow. It is way too cold for those here now. I think it is 45 degrees. I have been up an hour already.

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  6. I love blue and turquoise glass.
    I wonder what the branches are, blooming so late in the year.

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  7. Prefectly successful experiment.

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  8. Snap! I experimented with blue today too! This is lovely and such an intense blue too.

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  9. Blue bottles. Down here in the south you might see such stuck on the tips of tree branches. I like your art better.

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  10. Looking good.

    I went on a nature hike with my sons Cub Scout troop. One of the bushes we found was the Pussy Willow. We clipped off a branch, put the branch in a cup of water, waited a week and there were roots now growing off of the branch ready to be planted into the ground.

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  11. Fab photo, Kate. The blue is clear, the pussy willow is fuzzy.

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  12. Cool bottles! Alice is right. You should use those again for the "blue" theme! Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  13. I love blue glass, too. It's hard to find a blue bottle, though.

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  14. Suddenly, we are seeing blue photos prior to Nov. 1. These "rejects" for theme day are all wonderful in their own right. Can't wait to see the first-choice photos.

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  15. That plant, my mum have that at home too!

    :-)

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  16. Looks like a Japanese painting! About your next visit to the Frida's exposition, I can tell that the firt time I saw her work in a museum, it was quite a shock, for her great art and for her life. Another very interesting painter is Remedios Varo. Cheers from M.C.

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  17. Kate, this is a lovely study in minimalism with a blue theme.

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