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    « Creative.Logical.Color.Data | Main | Sunshine Crown: Colorized »
    Thursday
    Dec092010

    Green + Blue Inspiration

    "She sat down on one of her grandmother's uncomfortable armchairs, and the cat sprang up into her lap and made itself comfortable. The light that came through the picture window was daylight, real golden late-afternoon daylight, not a white mist light. The sky was a robin's-egg blue, and Coraline could see trees and, beyond the trees, green hills, which faded on the horizon into purples and grays. The sky had never seemed so sky, the world had never seemed so world ... Nothing, she thought, had ever been so interesting."
    — Neil Gaiman (Coraline)

    {Click mosaic for to go to Flickr for full photographic credits}

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    Reader Comments (5)

    Oh love green! Love, love, love....

    12.9.2010 | Unregistered CommenterBrian Kasstle

    Hi !

    Thanks a lot for your website, DaisyYellow, and for all the inspiration!
    I love turquoise too.

    There is a problem with your mosaic flickr... it is impossible to click it and obtain links and credits. I think I can recognize some of the authors (curbide treasure, paper art by nessa, Roben-Marie perhaps?!) but not all of it.
    Do you think you can fix it ? Thanks in advance!

    Have a good afternoon,
    Anne-Laure

    12.9.2010 | Unregistered CommenterAnne-Laure

    Oops! Fixed the link! And I posted the other mosaic a bit early, it's for xmas week, so you'll see it again soon. tg

    12.9.2010 | Registered Commentergypsy

    Thanks for including one of my journal pages in your mosaic! :)

    12.9.2010 | Unregistered CommenterDawn Sokol

    inspiring blog but really dig your page on Art Journalling.

    12.9.2010 | Unregistered CommenterRonni Ann Hall

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