15 October 2009

Porch and Path


Palette Play
It's concoction of color around here.









We don't do drab.

: )
xo
jess

12 comments:

  1. Geeeeez! I miss summer already! =( hehe
    Lovely colours & photos JJ!! Wow!

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  2. Oh WOW!
    We've got an early dose of winter here in Edmonton. Today is the definition of drab--grey roads, grey skies, grey everything. It's nice to get a little POP-POP-POP from North Carolina!
    :)

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  3. Stunning....but of course darling, YOU DO NOT do drab!!!!
    Not trying to hound you or anything but would love you to contribute to "The Challenge"....hound hound hound...but i am a cute hound!!!
    PS planning to do a post on you later next week...can't wait

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  4. Another post from Edmonton here! I'm already tired of winter, and it's only October 15th - methinks it will be a long, depressing winter (at least for me) this year.
    Keep posting the non-drab photos, JJ!! Those of us north of the border need some colour inspiration for the next 6 months or so until the return of spring :)

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  5. WOW to those colours!!(and ahem....corinna and inkytonka have me grateful that I am here and not back home in Vancouver or Edmonton...although I do miss my family from there ALOT!)xoxo
    How odd is it that I was from Edmonton and all three of us are commenting on your gorgeous blog post, right?

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  6. Wow, gorgeous colors--and gorgeous photos! :)

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  7. Gorgeous color!! You're yard look a sight better than mine. My hydrangeas colored up a bit unusually this year & fit right in with the fall palette.

    Pam

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  8. That's so neat that there are other Edmontonians following this blog! When I wrote "Edmonton" I expected most people would think, "Where??"

    JJ's colourful art is drawing our already winter-weary eyes southwards... Beautiful!

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  9. Hehe . . . you poor Canadians! Though it's been cold and rainy here the past two days (we might have differing definitions of cold and I don't know what our temps translate to in celsius.) But it serves me right I'd be freezing now after bragging earlier in the week about how nice the weather has been!! : )

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  10. Oh J.J. what stunning inspiring colours. Grey, and green are the limits to the palette here in Ireland...also its unseasonably warm here after a miserable cold summer. It has forced me to book a winter sunshine holiday in the Canary Islands....but untill then I will have to feast my eyes on your pictures. Stunning!

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  11. Beeeeautiful photographs. Can't wait to see some of your new pieces. I already know I'm going to love them.

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