Oil, spilt, splits into colours an atom thick. Lying on moisture, floating on water. The iridescence is caused by defraction. Each colour is scattered like a rainbow. The gravel in the tarmac lifts and turns the sheen. Describe how the colours bleed across the ground.
When the sun set tonight it as like the sky was on fire. A deep purple/blue shading down to maroon, red, orange and then yellow.
I’m not sure I have quite the right colours on my phone camera, they seem slightly more intense, but that’s to do with how the eye accommodates in low light levels.
Whatever the colours the reality was spectacular. Beautiful. Colourful. Awesome. I would have liked to see the horizon but I was going into choir practice and didn’t have the time to drive over the other side of the hill.
Have you noticed a theme? There are yellows, blues and greens floating around my last few posts. Maybe I’m heading towards spring colours to avoid the start of autumn turning into the drab greys of winter.
Two of these pieces of glass are replacements for the bright yellow bowl that the cats broke, let’s see how long they last!
I’d like to go back in time sometimes. There are so many things in the world that are going wrong. We don’t need to live in interesting times x.
Star ornament photograph. It lights up and changes colour. I have altered it in the editing suite on my phone. Not very exciting but I liked the colours. I also liked the slightly solarised effect. Am I the only one that likes learning how to do new things?
This is the original….
Which do you prefer?
A few shots of windows at Spode over the weekend. I might paint some of them. I like the geometry and angles. The touches of colours, in paints and environment. Looking out and looking in…..
When you take a photo of an old window under purple sunsets you can get something of an interesting hue.
Ink turns pink
With sunsets flight.
In the blue.
Glint of crimson
Paints walls anew.