Todoodling around locally and the color blue for CCoH

Todoodling is a word, right?


This is likely as close as I’ll ever get to photographing a white “gown”.

from the same day out and about with June

and a few more from what is probably the last of autumn

The last 2018 theme for the local camera club is “blue”, the color, not the mood.

I borrowed some blue sunglasses from my mom. Yep, the same mom that also had rose-colored glasses – do you sense a pattern here? My mom is so much more into fashion, clothing, and accessories than I am.

I wanted to get my best friend to model with her bright blue eyes for me, peeping over these glasses, but never seemed to make it happen. Probably because I never got around to asking her, even though I ran through the compositions in my head several times.

Here are the three I submitted to the camera club for Gimmie Your Best shot,

Blue eye'd boy 09-28-2018 33-sm Bluejeans toothbrush 06 27 2018 8-Edit-sm

plus the ones I shot specifically for the theme.

Screwscape Skyline 2-sm

Ice topped Mtn off Kanuga 11-16-2018 6-sm


Here are ones already on my blog that fit the theme.

Here are some from the past that I don’t think I’ve ever shared on this blog (Can you tell I like birds). Do you see the two rare Indigo Bunting shots?

2 thoughts on “Todoodling around locally and the color blue for CCoH

  1. allenrizzi

    Gorgeous photos as usual. The red mushroom with the white spots is very toxic. Every year near our home in Italy, several German tourists eat these and wind up in the hospital because they have seen them featured in Snow White cartoons.

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  2. KiM Post author

    I don’t know my mushrooms other than ordering them off the menu or buying from the grocery store but it was pretty with its contrasting color with the grass. It was at Highland Lake Park/ Park at Flat Rock. It made me think of that recent book I’d read, the Clown Forest Murders. I wonder who thought it’d be a good idea to eat any mushroom the first time?



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