Pass the Salt Please—CFFC
Salt White – That’s the color Cee’s asking for this week. If you think white is an easy color, visit you’re local paint store. We recently need to paint something white. I went to the paint store – I never choose paint – and I returned with the pamphlet of white chips. There were four pages! Four pages of “white” paint. Foks, that’s crazy. The actual prompt is shown below:
“This week our topic is Salt White Colors. Have lots of fun with this color. I took the photo below of rock salt in a blue shaker. Please try and stay away from black and white photos.”
Before I go into the archives to find some white, I want to remind you that there is still time to enter the Thursday Doors Badge contest. This post has all the information. Now for those whites:
My regular hang out has a new sign and a new “German Smear” (the white stuff).
This is the Beauty if Moscow white lilac.
The white doors lead down to the second floor. There’s an interesting exhibit down there on immigration.
This boat was built in the ’30s, lost in a storm, salvaged and restored.
“Kissing Couple” This was in the elevator lobby on my floor.
This corner speaks from the past about the elegance of the Alaska Building. The rest of the lobby looks like a Courtyard Hotel Lobby.
It was about 34°f (1°c) – that wasn’t a very happy bride.
The gulls and other birds were active where the ice was thin.
The rain is melting the snow that was covering this leaf.
Sure, just add a little more ice at the bottom. I’ll take care of it.
We stopped to see a working water-powered flour mill and spied this boat.
This hole had formed in one of the bushes after it was topped with over a foot of snow.
He doesn’t seem to mind the snow.
We had a little snow on Saturday morning, but this little guy was out “foraging” for food.