Detail from "Rain Dance," an original quilt by Sherrie Spangler

Friday, July 31, 2015

Blues for a Blue Moon


In honor of tonight's Blue Moon, I'm running some photos of blues. I'm starting and ending with dying fabric blue.

Full moon a few months ago.


Blue sky over the desert in Jerome, AZ, above, and over the water in Sequim, WA, below.


Pale blues behind our house one morning.


Another juxtaposition of the desert, above, and water, below. The desert is in Sedona, AZ, and the water and Mt. Rainier are viewed from a ferry in the Puget Sound.



Great Blue Heron fishing.
 

Have a colorful day

6 comments:

Robbie said...

Your blue gradation is very nice!!! Of course, I always enjoy seeing pictures on your blog too!

sonja said...

and that moon set is about 5 am when i caught it .
that moon was a mango colored moon and is fodder for a painting soon.

Living to work - working to live said...

You live in a beautiful part of the world.

Judy Sall Fiber Art said...

Beautiful blues! Unfortunately, I couldn't see the moon last night a/c clouds, but I'll bet it was beautiful too...

Julia DesertSpring said...

Pretty! I forgot to go outside to look at the blue moon the other night. Did you see it?

Edith Bieri-Hanselmann said...

The blue graddation is nice and so cool, just right for the high temperatures we have here in Switzerland at the Moment! :-)