Friday, 19 December 2014

Flavour of the year

It has seemed this year that certain colours came in certain months for me so here is a small taster of the last few months for me - not as wide and varied as I would have liked as my recent computer problems are still not resolved and I don't have access to my large library of photos ... or indeed any before September.

There was much red in Utah in September ...


 ... and terracotta, of course terracotta, everywhere we looked ...


... Then teasels in Gloucestershire in October ...


... and then rich reds ...


... and surprising greens in November in Gloucestershire ...



...then soft brown in a wonderful 16th century ceiling ...



... and black and white, both in Cheshire in December (and in every other month come to that ...)


Now, here's to next year and another search for colour. It's been a pleasure.


15 comments:

  1. What a great collection! I'm about to link to your post. Thanks for playing again, Margaret!

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    1. Thanks for hosting again and Happy holidays to you!

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  2. Oh my, some lovely photos. Your beautiful countryside never fails to thrill me!!! Tks for posting.

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    1. Thanks Marny ... We are very lucky here - lovely countryside in all directions - very inspiring ...

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  3. le brun ..une de mes couleurs préféré... un choix de photos subtile... beau!

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  4. Lovely ! Cheers to the New Year !

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    1. Cheers to you too ... What a busy and varied year it's been. Recording some of the highlights here has been fun and receiving comments even better ... Thank you!

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  5. I like the shades of brown/red here! Yes, to 2015 ... Happy New Year!

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    1. The autumn was definitely brown and red in all their hues. I wonder what 2015 will bring ...?

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  6. Great collection, especially the second one!

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    1. Thank you Eric. The rock strata in Utah were totally amazing!

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  7. What a delight! The rock strata is my favorite as well. I've been to Utah once and it was in the winter for skiing. Definitely need to go back sans snow.

    It's been a pleasure to have you joining in the search this year and I hope you'll join in again for the next round. Happy holidays!

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    1. Sans snow would indeed be different ... and that's not just the scenery. Temperatures were in the 90s most of the time we were there!

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  8. Inspiration everywhere!!

    Hope to meet up next year and share....

    x C

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    1. There's so much inspiration around here it's almost impossible to know where to start! Meeting you would be excellent.
      Happy Tmes to you.

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