Mandala of ceramic shards, July 12, 2018
Just one small section of a sprawling work of public art called Potter’s Wall by Andrew Werby. Read all about it at this site here (created sometime in the 70s). The picture below is a closer look, which shows that the red circle is actually made of heart-shaped ceramic pieces and that the radiating orange bits are ceramic carrots. It also gives a closer view of the little ducky below the circle of red hearts.
Multi-textured view, July 10, 2018
This scene caught my eye because of all of its wonderful shades of red brick along with the rough-textured tree trunk and its dark green leaves. On looking at it further it also has great examples of dappled light: the spots on the street and the bigger ones near the wall. Along with the dapples there are also shadows of the tree’s leaves on the wall. A lot going on!
Orange flower with streaks of red, July 7, 1018
I don’t know what kind of flower this is, but there were a hundred or so others like it where it was growing!
Leafy glory, June 19, 2018
… the kind of leaves that are supposed to be red in the summer …
Red and white, April 2, 2018
There was quite a lot of snow last night! But it wasn’t so cold as to ruin these (and a lot of other) tulips, thanks goodness!
Tomato red, February 12, 2018
A truck that delivers food–this one suggestive of ketchup and mustard!
Bread tent, February 7, 2018
Or … another way of describing this bread tent (at a mostly deserted farmers’ market) would be black and white and read all over!