THE NEW GREEN, etc.

Spring is a time of the new. Leave winter and things of the past. A fresh view and mindset and taking things for granted. See the world with new eyes.

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I will look more at
the new green

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fresh water washing away
our sorrows
our doubts
our negative attitudes

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One of my friends sneaking in a click with the camera
when I  stood in front of my painting (Water into Wine, Oil,  24 x 30. St Germain)

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keeping in closer contact with friends
diving impromptu (next day!)  into an art show
to help them out

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making unlikely friends
proud of these two
they weathered two storms in their lives
the first in their teens when they lost
their dad, and orphaned at 23 and 25.

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Camellia in Huntington Library Gardens

I will focus on beauty and innocence more than on evil and destruction

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For Wordless Wed. and Black and White

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Airplane

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 clouds may stack on top of each other
but the sun is always behind

Doesn’t it feel good to start with a blank slate?
(I take as many as I need:))

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Thanks to all the Hosts
Sunday in my City  *
Blue Monday  Travel Photo  Good Random Fun  *
Our World  Blo-Ma  Nature Notes  *
ABC Wednesday – K   *  Outdoor Wednesday  * Black & White Wed  *
Wordless Wed. * Alphabe – S  *
* Share the Joy  * Thurs. Little Things  *
Sky Watch  Floral Friday Foto  * Todays Flowers *
Pink Saturday * Maleviks Garden 

 

 

 

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46 thoughts on “THE NEW GREEN, etc.

  1. I always thought that fall was colorful however I jave changed my mind because spring has so many colors of green. Wonderful shots!

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    1. Judy, how come I can’t get your blog when I click on your name?
      Green is a “difficult” color for me in plein air painting – a challenge to mix a different color of green so that the paintings don’t all look the same!

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  2. Such an interesting post with lots to see and appreciate.
    Great photographs…especially seeing you, the light through on the branches of the tree and the camellia…oh I love spring.
    I used to have lots of colourful camellia in my garden when I lived in Melbourne. I think I’ll have to try to grow them here.
    Have a wonderful weekend ;D

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