See? Told ya my Swamp color scheme and the Bleeker Street fabric belonged together! It practically looks like I custom-mixed those clay colors to match, doesn’t it? I think this combination is just yummy. And what is interesting to note is that there is no actual aqua in the Swamp scheme. The light blue and the yellowy green in such close proximity trick the eye into seeing aqua. It’s that principle I wrote about recently in action.
I’m so glad there’s a nip in the air this morning, so I can wear it around on my errands. If these colors make you swoon as much as they do to me, fear not. There’s another version of it headed to Etsy one of these days.
The husband has the good camera with him at the moment, can you tell? Blogging has turned me into a photo snob. I’m no longer happy with the 2.1 megapixel old standby, darn it. If he’s going to make off with his decent camera all the time, then I think I need one of my own. Any suggestions for a nice point-and-shoot that I can add to my Wists (another name for “list of things I’d like but will probably never get, but that’s ok, I can live without them if I must or find some way to turn them into a business expense and just buy them myself”)?
My flickr favorites this week. As you can see, I haven’t spent much time “flicking” this week. Where does the time go?
Speaking of time, I have roughly 2 hours left of child-free time this morning, and I need to spend it getting some orders the rest of the way out the door, and catching up on any number of other business tasks that fell by the wayside while I was experiencing technical difficulties this week.
Oh! Guess what. I bought yellow clay. That means the last few installments of Evolution of a Color Scheme can’t be far behind… As long as Neil leaves me the better camera.