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Panning for Gold: Part II

I may have lied a couple of posts ago or at least need to explain.  When I said           “I have no words,”  I didn’t then, and for a good month beyond.  361 more words



Ah.  Remember Roy G Biv from art class in elementary school?  Red. Orange. Yellow. Green. Blue. Indigo. Violet.  Hard to believe that all of the colors in the world come from combinations of those seven colors.   765 more words


Looking for Purple: End of the Rainbow

 Purple is the paradoxical subject of this month’s search for Roy-G-Biv.

It stands out as the rarest color in nature but rarely stands alone…

My search has revealed that it is a very social color. 47 more words


weekly photo challenge: symbol

It might be summer here, but this week’s challenge is the perfect excuse to share more photos of my two favourite symbols of spring: daffodils and bluebells.

Weekly Photo Challenge


Pot Head

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “ROY G. BIV.”

Me, my camera and how I see the world.


Rainbow Colours of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (WPC-Roy G. Biv)

When I first read the subject of this Weekly Photo Challenge, I knew that my pictures of Lunenburg, NS would provide all but one of the colours of the rainbow required to appear in this assignment. 58 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge - Roy G. Biv

The colours of the rainbow.

Or Roy G. Biv as is sometimes used by school kids to remember the colours – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo & violet. 135 more words

Irish Man In The Middle East