ColourOne of our assignments was given to us by Andrew Thornton. We were encouraged to explore colour as we went about in our travels that day. This is a shot of an old vase at the Copper County Antique joint. I also photographed an interesting array of colour images from Tohono Chul. Natural bits of colour from the desert. It's amazing what one sees when their eyes are open. I purchased a beautiful old Navajo turquoise ring for myself.

It looks bright and sunny and warmer and we are heading to the desert today. I however woke up missing the mounds of beads! I just might have to go back for one last fix. 


Beautiful shot! Our eyes are devices that react to and capture information made of light. Light, in its most purest form, is created from all colors. So even in the absence of color, there are layers and spectrums of infinite color. When we train our eyes to see color, we open ourselves up to Everything.
Posted by: Andrew Thornton | 2011-03-06 00:00:00
Wowza shot!
Posted by: Kathi Jablonski | 2011-02-07 00:00:00

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