Sunday, March 21, 2010

blue / yellow


L - Nikon / T - Nikon

After we saw these two shots from yesterday, how could we not pair them together. Not deliberately shot together but deliberately placed together tonight.
Two different houses, on different streets, but I think one was inspired by the blue house with yellow forsythia in the side yard and borrowed their blue paint? There were houses of many colors - lime green, plum purple, canary yellow, olive green, slate blue, even bright pink. It makes for a very colorful neighborhood. There is always something new and interesting to see we you visit.
the last time i went to cabbagetown was on a class field trip with my high school photography class. since then, it's had a rough time and 2 years ago was devastated by a tornado. i'm so happy to see people rebuilding - that it still seems to be thriving. unfortunately we were pressed for time so we didn't get time to grab a bite in the cute local restaurant or explore the streets, but i did make some cat friends along the way and successfully snapped some shots for my next photography project!

I didn't see the outdoor dining set that Taylor saw before.

9 comments:

ELK said...

oh joy .such colors together ..the crops just "make" the dip...yellow for me tomorrow too...

outdoor seating ..lol

georgia b. said...

perfect blues and yellows for spring! love this duo!

Line said...

blue and yellow loving it!!

Char said...

love this classic color combo - and yes, they had to be dipped together! :)

Gayle said...

I love the blues and yellows! They're so beautiful, bright and springy!

Haha! That is some outdoor dining set!

Marcie said...

Love the blues and yellows together..and that outdoor dining set is an absolute hoot. What fun!!!

Jewels said...

love, love the blue yellow combo! always have :) thanks for the bright spot today!

S. Etole said...

gives new meaning to the term, "pull up a seat!' ... I like the blue/yellow combos, too ...

Relyn said...

Oh Leslye!! Oh Taylor. I am stunned, simply stunned by this pairing. Best. EVER! Not kidding. I want, I want, I want this hanging in my happy little pale blue powder room.

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The photos on the left are taken by me, Leslye, the mother. The photos on the right are taken by my daughter, Taylor – unless otherwise noted. Comments are always welcome. thanks
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