Monday, August 30, 2010

Colors of summer - a memoir

I've been obsessed with color lately. The fact that paint colors need to be determined for the rooms in the guestudio could have something to do with that. I think I made my final decisions tonight, though. To celebrate, here's a sampling of some colors I captured during our vacation to northern Michigan in early July. Nature's palette can't be beat.



6 comments:

Joy K. said...

My favorites are the pictures of the peeling bark. Lovely shade of brown there.

The Early Birder said...

Fabulous choice that nature offers. I think this has given me an insight into the gueststudio interior. FAB.

Weedpicker Cheryl said...

Oh so beautiful! Thanks for sharing-

Heather said...

Joy - I love that bark, too. That's a birch tree of some sort, and we don't have many of those down in southeast Ohio, so I really love seeing them when we're up in Michigan.

Frank - Sorry to say that a lot of the guestudio interior will be painted white (I want a nice clean, bright background for photography), but there will certainly be touches of nature here and there.

Cheryl - You are most welcome!

Judy said...

Such lovely summer photos! While I like the peeling birch bark, my favourite is the left leaf - the way you can see all the veins and textures!

Heather said...

Judy - Thank you! Sunlight can do amazing things to leaves, can't it?