Thursday, May 15, 2014

Searching for Roy G Biv 3 - Blue, update 3

Welcome to the Search for Roy G Biv. 

Mother's Day afternoon was spent at a little carnival.

While the girls enjoyed the rides, I took a few photos.
Enjoy the rest of my blues!

The fireplace of the house where the Stitching Summit took place 
in March was adorned with ceramic tiles. I loved this quiet little piece.

 Habu's delicious threads

 At the Museum of Art & Design - hold an object in front of the camera 
and it reproduces it as fractals (I think...couldn't find any info)

 Jean-Marc, 2012 by Xavier Veilhan, NYC

New York gallery

sculptures at The Center for Wood Art, Philadelphia

fabric in a home & design shop in Philly



Where else but in New York?
Love the gentleman trying to slip by on the right.

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In a blue mood now and craving more? Stroll on over to see what delights Julie, Fiona, Jill, Liz, Maya and Lisa have. Check back for updates as others join in the fun.

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Susan, Sharmon and Mary Ann have posted their blues. Hurry over to see their treasures.

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Please pardon the delay Charlton and Yarngoddess in linking to your glorious blues. It's been a busy weekend. Hope everyone had a great weekend!

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Bridgette over at Contemplating the Moon just joined in the search. Hop on over to see what delights she has and then hop on over to Cloth Paper Scissors to read an interview with her.

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June's color is indigo

June 19 - indigo
July 17 - violet
August 21 - pink
September 18 - black
October 16 - white
November 20 - brown
December 18 - blogger's choice

18 comments:

  1. Good morning, Jennifer - your visual blues have chased my emotional ones away this morning! I especially love the carnival opening shot. More blue over at my place - thanks for the challenge!
    best wishes, sus

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  2. What a nice selection of blues! And I liked the (in some cases subtle) continuity/links between some of your images, like the ceramic tiles & the threads (yes - delicious!), the interactive "fractal" exhibit & the sculpture, and the geometric fabrics/dishes.
    Thanks for including a link to my blues too...

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    1. I'd love to be able to say that the continuity/links between the photos was planned...as they usually are, but not this time. It was pure serendipity. Enjoy!

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  3. Once again...love the variety! Love the kiddie coaster and craving some of those threads!

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  4. Wow - you really have a fantastic and huge selection of blue items here, Jennifer! That kiddie coaster sign is classic, and I'm fascinated by that blue sculpture in NYC. I have posted my blues today as well.

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  5. WWow is right ... wonderful blue choices. My particular favorites are the balloons and hearts! I have posted my blue finds as well.

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    1. When are we planning the next one?

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  7. I am sitting here in the chill, shrouded in mist and gentle rain is running down the windows - what a treat all this sunny blue is! x

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    1. Seems we had the same weather last week. After a gorgeous weekend, the monsoon season descended, but stopped to give us another beautiful weekend. Being that's it Monday, I'm sure the rain will be back. Enjoy!

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  8. What a wonderful selection you have. It makes my misty blues seem very quiet and gentle!

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    1. Your misty blues are wonderful - just the right feel after a very busy weekend at our house. I can imagine grabbing a cup of tea, something to sit on, my camera and strolling down to sit at the water's edge for a bit of peace and quiet. Ahhhh.....

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  9. http://yarngoddess.wordpress.com/2014/05/15/search-for-roy-g-biv-2/

    I was a little late posting my gardening blues, but I'm anxious to begin searching for Indigo.
    Diane

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  10. I think my favorite was the man carrying the balloons. Don't see that were I live. Cows yeah, bunches of balloons being walked down the road, no.

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    1. That's my favorite too. It was such a surprise to see the balloons emerge from a van and begin strolling down the street. The carrier was never visible - other than the legs. Saw purple balloons a year or so ago in nearly the same spot. No cows though. Now THAT would be a surprise! Enjoy!

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  11. Happy blues Jennifer - blue seems so hopeful don't you think?

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  12. Hi J - whilst I love a lot of the blue images I delighted in the balloon guy - as you say it happens in NY. Go well. B

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  13. I am unfashionably late to the blue parade! But I did it, couldn't miss out on one of my favorites. I love that ceramic tile!!

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