Thursday, December 18, 2014

December Searching for RoyGBiv: Blogger's Choice

We've gone through all the colors of the rainbow and then some, and are now at the last month of the Searching For Roy G Biv blog hop, hosted by Jennifer Coyne Qudeeen and Julie Booth.  For this last post, I've chosen to focus on Gray. A blend of black and white, it seems to be a color that many things turn as they weather and age. Here are a few of the beautiful gray things I've noticed:
















































I hope you've enjoyed my grays. To see what other bloggers have chosen as their last color, go to Jennifer Coyne Quseen's or Julie Booth's blogs to check out the links!




25 comments:

  1. A fine collection of gray! I'm looking forward to yet another year of the "search"!

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    1. Thanks, Mary Ann! I'm looking forward to it as well - it was fun!

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  2. A gorgeous collection of grays! Love the weathered wood, clouds and snowscape.

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    2. Thanks, Julie! I'm glad you enjoyed my collection!

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  3. The weathered wood of those cabins is so beautiful.

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    1. Yes, there's nothing like the patina of 150+ year-old wood, is there? Thanks for visiting, Maya!

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  4. Is that a beech tree that I once hugged?

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    1. Yes, Ken, I would think so... there is some carving on it that I'm sure you did NOT do, too...

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  5. I thought I would find your beautiful photo of weathered wooden pegs in this post. These images are lovely too.

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    1. Thanks so much Robyn; I'm glad you enjoy old, weathered wood as much as I do...

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  6. The weathered greys are my favorites!

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    1. Glad you like them, Eric! thanks for stopping by!

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  7. Old, weathered barn wood as well as log cabin wood has a warmth and spirit to it that just can't be found anywhere else, don't you think? I was enthralled with those and then came to the photo of the clouds...oh! Just exquisite Sharmon.

    It's been a delight to have you joining in the search this past year. I hope you'll join in next year as well. Happy holidays!

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    1. I agree with you about the log cabin and barn wood, Jennifer. That was such an unusual cloud formation, I just had to stop the car and take photos! i have really enjoyed searching for Roy G Biv and will definitely be joining in again. thank you for hosting!

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  8. keen observation Sharmon, i love the resemblance between the clouds and bird's feathers, looking at both those pictures I suddenly know what they remind me of, that moment of falling asleep, not awake anymore and yet not really sleeping, that soft, warm,weightless in between land.

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    1. Thanks, Renilde, I'm glad you enjoyed them. I know what you mean about the dreamy feeling of those clods; they just don't quite look real!

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  9. mmmmwhat yummy greys....great shots too! Merry Christmas and all the best for 2015!!!

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    1. Many thanks, Cynnie! Hope your Christmas was fantastic!

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  10. Those weathered woods are such a pleasure. The greying and ageing gives such beautiful textures ... And thse clouds are amazing!

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    1. The patina of old wood is wonderful. isn't it? Thanks for visiting, Charlton!

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