So grey it is. And I figured what better way to kick an otherwise dark topic off with a little bundle of Frasier-centred brightness. He can't talk - not that we can understand, anyway - but he has a way of connecting with people that absolutely transcends normally established channels of communication.
Which is my way of saying he brings an enormous amount of color into our world.
Your turn: The Thematic drill is a simple one. First, take a pic that evokes the theme. It's totally up to you how you'd like to interpret it. Second, post it to your blog or website. Third, leave a comment here. Fourth, visit other participants to spread the photographic joyness (yup, it's a word.) Fifth, come back as often as you wish, as there's no limit to any of this. For more info on how Thematic works, just click here. And please accept my thanks for bringing the color here each and every week.
Somehow, I was hoping you would use your 'best'friend... I decided to not use mine this time around... Figured most would assume I would... :-)
GREY is one of my favorite colors. My entry will not surprise you coming from me :
I love these "colour" themes. Thank you Carmi. Here is my contribution.
Noone will better Frasier's grey.
Here are some shades of grey,
Challenged myself to take these photos today, and not find them in my files.
Yes, your dear pup does bring some brightness to our otherwise grey world! Here's mine
Having fun with grey this week, too.
Here are mine
Here's Lake Siri with the snow, and some Tufted Titmousies.
Took liberties with the spelling - a for e. Here's my gray.
Okay- Grey two- after seeing Carmi's hot grey post of today- I had to spruce up my grey too! Here's mine
I'm back with some more Tufted Titmouse pics.
I found 'grey' harder to do. As autumn is beginning here I am noticing the changes to orange, red etc. But I found two definite 'grey's on a morning walk. http://kiwinomad06.blogspot.co.nz/2013/03/tp-237-grey.html
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