Thursday, November 28, 2013

colour collaborative


faded













 colours of autumn
 quality of light 
softened
faded
beautifully
melancholic 



the sun sets early these days

time for dreaming



when i was asked to join in the colour collaborative, i'd forgotten at first that today, the day we were to post,
is a very special day here in the united states....

the color of memories years past
(which won't ever fade)

happy thanksgiving from our family to yours


thank you for stopping by!
(and thank you for the scarf love!)




Don't forget to visit the other Colour Collaborative blogs for more of this month's posts, including three from November's guest bloggers, just click on the links below ...

Sandra at Cherry Heart Annie at Knitsofacto Nina at Tabiboo

Gillian at Tales from a Happy House Alex at Lola Nova  Madelief at Madelief

What is The Colour Collaborative? All creative bloggers make stuff, gather stuff, shape stuff, and share stuff. Mostly they work on their own, but what happens when a group of them work together? Is a creative collaboration greater than the sum of its parts? We think so and we hope you will too. We'll each be offering our own monthly take on a colour related theme, and hoping that in combination our ideas will encourage us, and perhaps you, to think about colour in new ways.

28 comments:

  1. happy thanksgiving. <3 i hope you have a wonderful day.
    and as always your photos are stunning

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  2. Lovely photos and beautiful words! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! Thank you for your sweet comment over at my place.

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  3. Hi Lori,

    Another beautiful post! It's such fun to see what everyone sees as 'fading' :-)! Your photo's really suit you. I love the scarf from your last post. It looks beautiful, but terribly difficult! It must have been so much work.... What a delight it must be to wear.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Madelief xox

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  4. Oh my 'happy thanksgiving' what a beautiful post. I love thinking of faded from a memories (past and new) point of view.

    Have a super time and 'hello'

    Nina x

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  5. Happy Thanksgiving, dear Lori, hope you have a great part of your family around, because I think it is important to you! Beautiful post too!

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  6. Happy Thanksgiving to you!

    This was such a beautiful posts to read a look at. I've savoured every one of your photographs.

    I've hopped over on the back of olour collaborative posts.

    Leanne xx

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  7. A lovely post Lori. Wishing you and yours a very happy thanksgiving.

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  8. Hi Lori - Happy Thanksgiving to you too. What a treat to find your blog. Your photos are gorgeous. I love the way you've interpreted "fading".

    Gillian x

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  9. Happy Thanksgiving Lori, to you and yours. And thank you so much for taking time out on such a special day to share these gorgeous images with us. I don't always think of faded as a positive word, yet you have reminded me that it is :D

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  10. Lori, I have had such fun this evening taking a look at all the Color Collaborative links given over at Annie's place. It's a delight to see the beauty to be found when creative folks catch hold of the word faded...so many different takes ... expressions. And each one is very evocative, giving my mind much to ponder, once my eyes have admired the images.

    Fading can come via the strength of the powerful sun upon which we all depend. It can also come from our own memory processes. And...there are always those pesky laundry products.

    xo
    Frances

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  11. awwwww……your photos are so beautiful Lori!!!!
    happy thanksgiving, xxxxx Ale

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  12. Lori, I so enjoy your blog ! I learn more about photography everytime I peruse . Your life just exudes beauty in all directions, in every form. Thanks !

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  13. I am estastic! My camera is fixed! My holiday cards are ordered! I am made full by warm yellows and soft lights.

    And good friends.

    Love
    kj

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  14. Lovely pictures! The Loft yarn looks amazing - I would love to try it. Enjoy this wonderful time of year.

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  15. hope you had a lovely holiday!!! :) (love your dreams! I dream the same ones sometime!)

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  16. Owen? So many beautiful images here!

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  17. Hi Lori, I just love your photos,
    happy thanksgiving!

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  18. Hello lovely Lori I am just catching up.....such beautiful photos and gentle colours for your faded theme post, really lovely. I hope you and your family had a very Happy Thanksgiving!
    Helen x

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  19. hope you had a joyful thanksgiving!

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  20. Lori, So beautiful, I hope you had a perfect Thanksgiving. I am catching up here, love the scarf! and what beautiful photos for the couple. Love and hugs. xoxo

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  21. Your photos are always so gorgeous! I've been gone for a while but it's nice to be back and catch up with some of my favorite bloggers like you :)

    Happy holidays, Lori.

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  22. Happy (belated) thanksgiving Lori. I always call my Grandma in Texas on Thanksgiving :-) Love your taker on the colour 'faded' and beautiful pictures as always....Mel x

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xoxo lori