Following yesterday's accidental twitch of the mouse which led to an early posting, I've found time after all to post again - on the right day - and here are a few more oranges from the archives, with special reference to tints and shades. The images come from a bit of paper fun, from inside Salisbury Cathedral, and from a shelf of long treasured books.
Looking at them had me pondering upon the point when orange becomes brown or yellow, or perhaps cream or red ....
|Paper folding for Christmas|
- bright orange or scarlet red?
|Metal stacking chairs in the Cathedral|
- deep orange or copper brown?
|Inside the tower of Salisbury Cathedral|
- soft, muted oranges
|The joy of a good book, long treasured|
(PS If you're new to this whole orange thing, look at my blog post yesterday to find out what we're up to.)