pink: a little shy on red this time of year, but i will supplement with some pink! took rich out on a sunshine-filled beach date after my farmer’s market job on saturday. lucky for me, it was low tide, and i got to snap some tidepool pictures, including bright pink sea anemones. the sun was setting as i headed to my other job to run a pump that night, so i pulled over for a sunset photo. pink is in this week, as every ornamental tree lining the streets is in full bloom.
orange: tumbled bricks on the beach, where a lot of storm erosion has changed the landscape. rich agreed this hunk of patio is shaped like a heart.
yellow: yellow flowers along the cliff, and daffodils everywhere else… looking at their lovely selves in the equally ubiquitous puddles.
green: anemones, sea glass, on the tossed and tumbled beach.
blue: i was late to the farm stand on saturday morning, because this eagle showed up in our yard. true story. then when i got home, i saw that the first plum blossom had opened. it must have felt the same way i do about blue sky and sunshine.
purple: one tiny sea urchin spine on the whole beach, but i found it. (gotta keep that beach vision sharp!)
a splash of color on monday morning
a photo study documenting the colors of the spectrum: the balance points between light reflected and light absorbed