Tuesday, February 21, 2006
In the few seconds between their being squeezed onto the palette and shmushed into a multicolored mess by the paintbrush of a child, these dabs of paint become a highly temporary microworld of color and texture.
The surface texture in the dying light of a late afternoon sun adds a final touch.
I'm glad I was able to capture this before it became not much more than a memory.
Your turn: I hope you'll capture your own color-and-texture image and post it on your own blog.
Why? Because winter continues to drag on in my neck of the woods. It seems to wash the color out of our daily lives. So anything that injects life back into the visible world around us is a good thing. All I ask is that you post a link to your own work in a comment here. Happy shooting.
Click the image to zoom in. I promise it'll be fun.