What would I have done this week if we hadn't gone to the street fair last weekend? It's been so much fun posting my finds, but it was even more fun looking for the colors during the outdoor event! I'll continue the orange glass theme with the eye of this sculpture. It's the same type of copper sculpture I showed on Blue day....and is actually huge! Very fun, though I have absolutely no desire to have such a large object on my own grounds:). I'm a bit more subtle, by nature.
I had a little "help" setting up this shot. I love a good picnic, so thought it was time to start thinking about the one Kendalee (Dance of a Painted Lady) is hosting June 24th for Midsummer's Eve. A good book and some refreshments are a must, so Katy thought she'd help me with the cookie part. She's being SO good, with the plate of lemon (of course) shortbreads there on the plate. I will admit the bite missing from one of the cookies is from the bribe to lay still for the shot:).
As promised, I invited my front porch guest to the picnic. What a fabulous shade of orange, don't you think? I will have to get my identification books out and find out what type of lovely creature he will become.
I was going to stop at 5 pictures today, but there were too many to choose from. I absolutely love this challenge - and the wall art (I've decided it's really not graffitti) from the street fair. I also love the message. When we were in Costa Rica on a photo shoot a couple of years ago, we learned so much about the banana and coffee trades, and the unfair labor practices and working conditions, that we have worked very hard to be responsible environmentalists and human rights activists whenever we can.
That being said, it is time to sign off, pour some strong coffee, and get some work done. I will spend time throughout the day catching up on everyone's color-week posts - it makes a lovely break! Have a special day today. Think Sunshine!