In challenging myself to photograph 16 word prompts each month based on a color, I didn't anticipate that the color black would be difficult. But it was. Here are the last 7 photos for my February challenge.
DOOR: My front door is black. A berry wreath adorns it for winter.CREATURE: When it's 5 degrees outside, I wonder how these cattle stand it. Maybe lying down helps keep them warm.
NATURE: A tree stump with black fungus growing on it looks almost like it had been burned. Does it look like a heart to you?
NEW: If you have to do dishes, you might as well have a pretty bottle of good smelling soap to help make the job more pleasurable. (Well, the lid is black!)
STRUCTURE: I'm imagining this gorgeous urn filled with flowers this spring. Soon, I hope! Too bad it's not mine.
INSPIRATION: The details of this old screen door remind me of the quilt that I designed a few years ago called Beaded Curtain.
QUILT: I don't use a lot of black in quilts, I guess. My Kandinsky inspired art quilt, Test Signals, comes the closest.
That's all folks! Green is the color for March's photo challenge. I think that will be easier...I'd love to see some of that color springing up outside, wouldn't you!