Project 1825, Day 12

Wow. Today’s colors is pretty much my favorite, and also the most difficult to find around the house. “What could it be?” you wonder. Well, let me tell you, it’s

SKY BLUE!

Seriously. Look around your house and see how many blue things you have. My house, it turns out, didn’t have many, but I did manage to find this ancient gramophone from about the year 2002 or so…

Never let me hear that this blog isn’t educational as well as entertaining, for here I present to you the only known photograph of the incredibly rare Playdohasaurus, in a brilliant shade of blue, as well as all of its known habitats, apparently on some other planet, because that sure ain’t Earth…

My apologies to all sculptors for the preceding photograph.

Moving on, a nice blue shirt that belongs to my wife, who coincidentally was also established in the year 1972…

Whew! Another day finished. One more to go for this mini project. God bless!

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~ by kbfotografix on October 6, 2012.

One Response to “Project 1825, Day 12”

  1. Blue is definitely not used a lot in everyday iTMS. Too bad as it is such a great color. Really like the litte sculptures. Never outgrow playing with clay.

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