Monday, June 25, 2018

Black & white.. no way!



The area here along William Street in Northbridge abounds with vibrant colour. Seen just a few steps away from our last visit here. No monotonous black and white for this African equid in the window of Baby Mammoth painted by Emma Gundersen, it is shades of blue and yellow all the way! Is it just me or is that zebra giving everyone the side-eye :) I spent a beautiful winters day indoors catching up on three years of filing.. how about you, how did you spend your Sunday? Happy new week, take care and stay safe.. 

29 comments:

  1. I think all zebras should be yellow and blue!

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  2. To me it looks a tad embarrassed about the new colour scheme, a very conservative animal is the zebra. I've been painting my back gate today, a rather fetching shade of brown.

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  3. It is rainy here today so it is a lazy day - watching world cup matches!

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  4. ...the same old, same old, out taking pictures.

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  5. That is definitely a side eye look!

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  6. That is one beautiful Zebra, great choice in colors! Our Sunday started out good but rain and thunder storms had another idea for our day. Oh well. Enjoy your week.

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  7. That is a side eye look if I ever saw one. I'm working on my computer today, it has issues. :(

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  8. Definitely the side eye from that beauty. We spent the day with the grandkids. It was wonderful!

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  9. We usually see the world in color, but sometimes there is nothing better than a b&w photo.

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  10. Not even a little grey.
    Coffee is on

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  11. Loved the pic.
    Have a nice week ahead.

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  12. It's a good feeling to successfully get filing done. It appeals to me sense of order. So that is what a baby mammoth looks like, a bit zebra like but with different coloured stripes. Yes, I see what you mean about the eye.

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  13. A blue and yellow zebra is a fun find Grace.
    You're way behind me on the filing, I must be almost 1 year behind, lol!! Hate it, no wonder I let paperwork pile up.

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  14. Don't look now but that Zerbra's gaze follows you wherever you go!

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  16. You found a pretty mural, can't find here any!

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  17. I feel like being 5 years old and having done something wrong by that look, Grace :-)
    Funny find for sure!

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  18. I love the Baby Mammoth logo. That store would definitely pull me inside.

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  19. cool,and the reflections too! ew

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  20. Different I must say LOL. Take care Diane

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  21. Amazing zebra! I love those colors. And three years of filing? I'm impressed! It sounds like you're about as thrilled with filing as I am.

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  25. Yes that is definitely a side-eye look. I once coloured a zebra in purple and black using an online application, it looked quite good.

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    1. Meant to say I coloured one of my photos of a zebra!

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