Sunday, May 3, 2015

Fifty Shades of Green...

Hi folks...Today's topic is Fifty Shades...steady on I'm talking about GREEN...not GREY and unless you've been abducted by aliens you'll know that a fabulous new green has joined the Distress Family of Colour but our early morning stroll yesterday got me thinking that perhaps Tim has a way to go to compete with Mother Nature's colour palette...with Spring in the air...it's a world of wall to wall "every hue in the spectrum" GREEN...



I was just about to zoom in to get a close up of the ducks...
when they spotted the furry reprobate and had a quacking panic attack...
he went into undercover stalking mode and I had visions of him launching himself in to the mucky water...
but no...surprisingly he responded to my calls and emerged from the undergrowth with that "no need to shout...I'm here" look on his face
and there's one green I'm particularly anxious to see...that all over lush lawn kind of green...the seed has started to sprout but oh my giddy aunt you need a microscope to see it and patience is not one of my virtues.
Enjoy what's left of your Bank Holiday weekend
Hugs Kath xxx

6 comments:

Mrs A. said...

I knew you'd crack eventually!! There are defo butterflies on that shade card. Hugs Mrs A.

carol edwards said...

Lovely shades of green and they all look great in real life. Buddy looking good too x

Stamps and Paper said...

Green is a lovely colour in any shade....great pictures of Buddy out for his stroll

Anne

misteejay said...

I love the new distress shade and it fits perfectly with this time of year. Lovely photos.
Your activity in the garden has a lot to answer for Kath...I finally went and got the fencing batons to replace the ones broken by the little 'darlings' on their way to school and saw there was a bank holiday discount - so also came away with 4 hanging baskets and 2 large pot plants.
Unfortunately, since putting them out it hasn't stopped raining.
Toni xx

Sandie Gough said...

I adore green, its always my first go to colour x
hugs
Sandie x

Redanne said...

I love the new green and how clever of Tim to match it up with the start of Spring. I hope you get a few warm days to bring the grass on quickly!

Tim is interviewed in a free magazine, it is a lovely story about him and Mario - http://www.craftposium.com/craftposium-magazine/ Hugs, Anne xx

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