It’s time for #YELLOW!
I have to admit that this #worldcolors thing is starting to take on a life of its own! I’m noticing that I see something red (a color we’ve already explored) and I shoot the thing/image/place with the intention to place it in a folder for next year’s #Red !! April has been a really, really busy month for us, so I’m not going to venture back into my archives of photos for this color choice. Instead, I’ll just share the yellow that infused itself into my life and my daily activities the past two weeks.
(Make sure you look at Anne’s GORGEOUS #yellow from many places, but especially from Vietnam!)
The Art of the Brick Exhibit at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore (more on the exhibit in a separate, dedicated post)
My mom, taking a selfie at the CatWalk portion of The Art of the Brick Exhibit.
The famous “yellow” by Nathan Sawaya.
“Probably my best known piece. Yellow always draws a lot of attention from adults as well as children. Why? I think we grown-ups appreciate how cathartic ‘opening oneself up to the world’ can be for our souls. And the kids? Probably because yellow guts spilling onto the floor looks cool. For me, this piece is about the metamorphosis I have been through on my journeys.” [11,014 bricks]
My own selfie.
The beginnings of a homemade limoncello experiment [stay tuned!].
An amazing gallery in The Mission (San Francisco) called Creativity Explored. I wish we’d had more time to go learn more about it. The gallery offers artists with developmental disabilities the means to create, exhibit, and sell their art in the Creativity Explored studios and gallery, and around the world.
The amazing Clarion Alley between Mission and Valencia in San Francisco. Again, more later in a dedicated post.
Bikes were EVERYWHERE in San Fran!
AMAZING sunset in Langkawi, Malaysia.
Freshly squeezed juice for breakfast in Langkawi, along with the umbrellas the littlest little brought along for mood-setting.
Back to California, these signs were posted all over the Muir Woods when we went to see the Redwoods near Sausalito.
The oldest surviving structure in San Francisco, the Mission San Francisco de Asis was founded just a couple of weeks (well, and two hundred years) before my birth and was absolutely beautiful.
Visit Anne’s #Yellow and then join us! Post your yellow on Pinterest, Twitter or Instagram. Even on Facebook! Just remember to link back to Anne [or email her] so she can help pimp your post! Also, remember to hashtag #worldcolors (and you can also use #worldcolours) to keep our little party going!
See you on the other side of YELLOW!