I started participating in Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge as a way of giving myself a break in the summer. I became addicted to it, so I’m going to continue participating, even if I have something else to share on a Monday. Since we’re getting closer to the big holidays, I’m trying to keep my posts short. Stop laughing. Cee is sticking with colors, which continues to be a challenge for me. See below for an explanation, but let’s consider what Cee gave us:
This week our topic is Pear Green Colors. Remember pears come in a lot of shades of green and yellowish green. Have lots of fun with this color.
This is the color chart Cee gave us.
My version of Cee’s chart
In my version of Cee’s chart, I thought I’d explain what I see. The two bars on the ends look the same to me, and I would call them both brown. The bar with the arrow pointing down is one I would say is green. The bar next to it, I would say is yellow.
So, I have some photos I know are green, and I’m getting pretty good at selecting from the archives by searching for things I know must be green.
The only place we have snow is where the plows piled it
One week ago, this was sitting under 6″(15cm) of snow. Then it rained.
Quiet day on the canal. Sunny, but reasonably cool.
I love the reflections we see in the canal.
The canal is on the west side of the canal path.
That trestle spans the canal. If you look close, you can see the block character logo of the New Haven Railroad – that’s a CT Rail train.
This is the canal at its best. I could look at this all day.
PNC Park is just about the best place ever to watch a baseball game.
Having grown up watching games in Forbes Field and then suffering through games at Three Rivers Stadium, I can’t tell you how happy I was to visit PNC Park.
Heinz Field pregame – we like to go in early
My ginger ale. Close at hand and safe to consume.
Smokey likes to sit on the Big Green Egg.
Someone is happy things are getting green
Everything is green and growing. The bunnies seem to like it.
That’s David inspecting the locomotive.
I love it when I can meet Cee’s challenge and include a flag