Lying on my back on a grassy slope, and looking up and behind, I spied these fresh green leaves against a perfect cloudless blue sky. Boxing Day morning was one to remember, a perfect summer morning. Photos taken at Black Gully Domain, Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand.
The next photo is a small crop from a much larger photo. I like seeing the strings of nuts suspended from these trees, they look like decorations!
If you have access to Washington Post articles, they’ve done an interesting one on Colours, mostly discussing the colour Blue. About supply-chain issues and paint supplies. It’s an interesting read.
Here’s a quote from near the end of the article:
“Losing access to a pigment is like losing a means of seeing.”
~ Joan Cummins, curator of Asian art at the Brooklyn Museum
Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2021)