Tag Archives: Blue

Color story #13: The blue of blue

(Yes, Linda! Spring, blessedly, is coming!) “The other day, my daughter asked me what my favorite color was, and I irritated her the way I sometimes do by answering this question with one of my own: “To look at, or … Continue reading

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What sign are you?

I’m not sure anything is more iconic, here, than the street signs. Blue. Usually ornate. Most commonly with a sans-serif font enhanced by a slight, clean, white linear drop shadow. When I take my walks, I invent stories for the … Continue reading

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Which is better—the yoghurt or the pot?

High on the list of things that banish depression is yoghurt pots. Every summer we splurge on La Fermière yoghurt just to bring home more terra cotta jars. There are a variety of colors depending on the flavor of the … Continue reading

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The importance of blue

As summer draws to a close, I try hard to photograph with my mind’s eye all the textures and colors that I love so much here in Burgundy. It doesn’t take long to realize that the sheer uniformity of palette, … Continue reading

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