Monday, March 17, 2008


"desert.palm"

Northern and Southern California blended together.

10 comments:

The Artful Eye said...

Desert.palm so warm and cheery it has a homestead feel. The north is cooler than the south, this of course is true for most days and especially in the desert although today it's been cold (high only 55) and windy. The warm yellow adds a nice hue to this piece.

Best to you.

Kris Cahill said...

Gorgeous, John! I love the gold here. A brilliant bold color choice, j'approve!

I've been taking a break to regroup, and it's nice to come back to see this. Looks like a new day is dawning.

Sweet Irene said...

It's nice to see such golden yellow. I am trying to not be influenced by the title of it and I am trying to see not a desert. It is hard, though, and I do.

Despite your flu, you are creating solidly. The bug has not killed your ability and talent.

Sue O'Kieffe said...

interesting how north and south ca end up looking like a wheat field in kansas. how did you do that john?
feel better please.
~sue

dianeclancy said...

Hi John,

This does look like a desert! Cool.

~ Diane Clancy
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Trijnie said...

this is so warm, I was so busy with everything, but not blogging.
You still work hard, its nice to be back here. Hope you are feeling better already John. Take care

Bev said...

Love these pictures of blending places, those these are a little nearer to each other, because I think you blended two continents the other day.

John said...

Thanks everyone.

Yellow because I am as corny as Kansas in August...

Lisa Sarsfield said...

3rd attmept! Blimmin blogger. In a rush now so 2 words- Pirate.Gold
I think that sums it up for me! No lomo,ladybugs or lobotomies.
Will visit again soon:)

Rima said...

I love this yellow. I feel like scooping it up for some reason. It's velvety and rich and scrumptious.