Monday, 16 July 2012

Summer of Colour - week 6


The final week of Summer of Colo(u)r. I'm so glad I found this challenge. I've discovered all sorts of lovely new blogs and been encouraged enormously by all your lovely comments. Thank you to Kristin for hosting this challenge and providing a lovely burst of colour in a wet and cold Australian winter. And thank you to all you lovely people who have visited over the past few weeks.

So, this week's colours - the beautiful red and black of watermelon. I stuck with the actual flavour for this and drew a piece of watermelon on my red page layout. This led me to think about watermelon and how refreshing it is on a hot day, and how other things are refreshing such as a cool shower on a hot day, and honest opinions expressed in a loving way.

What do you find refreshing?

16 comments:

  1. I find you passion and patiences with me refreshing thank you

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  2. Lovely work and a lovely idea for the pages too. Beautiful.

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  3. Very refreshing and nice page! :))

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  4. Wonderfully creative page ~ real cool feeling to it ~~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor) on Blogger

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  5. Lovely journal page. I find all the wonderful like-minded folk I've met through blog hops such as this refreshing - so nice to be on the same creative page with so many!!

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  6. One cool, lovely page! I too, discovered lots of wonderful artsy blogs while playing along with SOC. Hugs.

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  7. Lovely pages, I wish it was hot enough here in the Uk to actually want something refreshing :o(

    Summer of Color has been greta fun, hasn't it?

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  8. Love your pages, wonderful work! Glad I found you in SOC!!

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  9. Hi Tracy! It has been so HOT and Dry here and I just ate some fresh watermelon! This is wonderful! PS. you asked how I got my reds to photograph well without looking pink...Maybe it is just my canon camera because I had it set on auto and didnt edit this photo at all...the only thing is that I always turn off the flash. I use natural daylight. Thanks, kathy

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  10. smashing pages Tracy, great to meet you through SOC. Annette x

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  11. Lovely! The letters seem to pop off the page!

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  12. This sums up summer so perfectly! Fabulous!

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  13. Wow this is so bright and wonderful!

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