Wednesday, January 12, 2011

yellow green

I'm quite excited about this new photo challenge that I found today.  
It's called Project 64: Out of the Box
 
Here's their explanation of the project:

"Each week we will be assigned a color, chosen at random from a box of 64 count crayola crayons. We will then take our color inspiration and search for it in the world around us! You'd be surprised by the colors you miss when your not looking! The goal of the project is to challenge us creatively, making us think outside the box, and to hopefully slow down a little bit and notice the world around us!"


You see, I had been thinking about doing a series of shots with "color" as the theme.  
(It's that dull time of year and I desperately needed more color in my life.)

But these people took that idea and went one step further and better, 
so I am more than happy to jump on the bandwagon with them.

And I love my Yellow Green photo!

It's just a bottle of face wash that I held up in front of the window and let the sun shine through. 

I can't wait to create a collage at the end of the project with all of the colors of the crayon box.  
I think it will be great!



10 comments:

Brooke said...

Very cool! I'm glad you are playing along with us! Can't Wait to see your picture next week!

Grammie/Mom said...

Reminds me of Spring. The only color here is white right now.

Susan said...

What a great find! I love your photo too, very creative.

EG Wow said...

I like this idea! I need some colour in my life too.

Danelle said...

I love how the light is shining through! I think this is going to be a fun project!

Kendall said...

Great color choice! Thanks for joining Poject 64!

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

What a great idea. The light is wonderful in this shot.

myfallingleaves said...

What a cool picture! And fun project too :)

Jennifer said...

Cool shot! I only heard about Project 64 yesterday. I love it! I will have to look into it. I would love to have another pool of inspiration to draw from. Thanks for the link!

Scrappy Grams said...

A ray of sunshine adds va-va-voom to anything! It certainly does to your yellow-green shot. :D