4.12.2008

Project Yellow. Take Eight.

Seaside
April 2008

My iTunes: There Is A Reason by Caedmon's Call

Hope you all are having a fun filled "yellow" weekend! I know I am!

I have been away from my computer all day so it looks like I have a lot of checking up to do on all your Project Yellow posts. I will get there to each of you I promise. Please make sure to check out my friend Tim...he did indeed start his blog today so check it out here. I am sure he will love to hear from ya'll!

I got this shot when I was looking up again...a habit of mine! We were in Seaside, Florida and it is just so beautiful and quaint. It is where I was when I snapped the pretty umbrellas from yesterdays post as well. This is the town where The Truman Show was filmed. In the film the town is called Seahaven. Anyhow...you can imagine how glad I was to see yellow homes! My favorite these days! Hehehe. And that red trim makes the yellow really pop!

I am off to check out your posts! Please make sure if you are particpating in the the Project ( "PY" as Mark likes to call it) that you sign up below with Mr. Linky. You only have to sign up once and then we can find each other quickly to see your additions!

Have a wonderful Sunday!

PROJECT YELLOW PARTICIPANTS


33 comments:

christy said...

I love these little windows. There's just something picturesque and quaint about them.

And I love how you're always looking up (in more ways than one) = ) I think you look up as often as I look closely.

Moi said...

the red trim is a neat addition..........Florida is one place that can't think in monochrome and i liked it this way :)

tommie said...

after a nudg by moi, I posted my second installment of this....I actually had yellow slapping me in the face!

tommie said...

that is nudge...

Carletta said...

Awesome - I honestly admire your skill more and more everyday!

Luke Wiley said...

I enjoy project yellow very much!
very nice post!
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Gina said...

This has been fun..finally joined in and posted a few myself, thanks for the invitation Anna :O)

Robert said...
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Robert said...

Another great image Anna. And I agree with Moi, I love the red to offset the yellow. Keep looking up.

Any hints on the next theme yet? I'd like to plan ahead and keep my eyes open.

I added another post as well. Check out my PY#4.

oldmanlincoln said...

Nice post. Came over from Tom's.

This Sunday morning it is all of 37 degrees here in SW Ohio where Tecumseh once ran on paths made by the wood buffalo.

We did get warm enough for a couple of days for daffodils and some crocus to pop up but they popped down again.

Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio.

fishing guy said...

Anna: What a beautiful dormer. That would have been hard to paint. I used to do them when I painted with my Uncle.

lv2scpbk said...

I'm not sure I like the combo yellow and red. I seen a chimmey yesterday that was red on a yellow house. I wasn't able to get a photo of it, but may go back. I will have a yellow photo to post tomorrow.

kenju said...

I would love to have a yellow cottage with red trim beside the sea!!

Toni said...

I love the "surprise" of the red against the yellow! Isn't it amazing what you can find when you simply look up...or down? Very nice!

Rose said...

I got one more post done of yellow...I have had computer problems and not getting to check out all the posts. I got to check out all the posts the other day but not the past couple of days. I loved that one of yours looking up at the yellow umbrellas.

Michelle Pendergrass said...

That photo says what people envision Florida to be!

And yep, Robin. Addiction. Obsession. And I added more. ;)

Naturegirl said...

A very interesting project you have come up with! You started w/ lemons and I too began my Arizona journey w/ lemons and I surely identify with your # 4 and the corona.. well happy hour here begins w/ corona! I'll surely check out some of your participants! Great photos on your site! sunkissed in Arizona NG

secret agent mama/mishelle lane photography said...

Very cool project you got here, Anna. I just opened up a photography blog, where I will join in on this project.

Mishelle Lane Photography | Photo Blog

Secret Agent Mama | The Blog

Anna said...

Love the colors of the house!

the teach said...

Anna, I love the house! I'm glad you looked up! I apologize - I listed my name twice. Didn't mean to! I have mine at Answers to the Questions

Moksha Gren said...

Cute capture, Anna. I look up and all I see is a dreary, cloudy day...glad you got something better.

Lacey Lichi said...

I'M IN! I found some good yellow among the mud today! Another beautiful photo.

david mcmahon said...

Another nice shot, Anna - but I still like the one of the umbrellas!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Anna,
I love the colors and the window.
And i am so happy that you have Mr Linky, makes it so much easier to visit others site.Thank You

Yankee, Transferred said...

What a wonderful photograph! You do an amazing job!

SandyCarlson said...

That's a great photo! Mary the Teach suggested I visit your site and participate! I'm glad I did because you have some amazing photos here. God bless.

Wifey said...

I absolutely love these windows. The color is so bright and cheery.

Robin (the PENSIEVE one) said...

Anna, that home exudes cheer! It's drenched in sunshine and you've captured its feel perfectly. You have ME rethinking what color we should paint our exterior when it's time for that! Red trim? How bold! But...it adds a bit of the unexpected, and in that, beckons the observer.

I have a few new shots up and I have to credit YOU for reminding me these would be perfect additions (some of the few I already had but have never posted). You might say they're a cup (or two) of "cheer" :).

So glad your Mr. Linky is working--congrats if that was your first time using it! It helps make it convenient for blog hopping (which I haven't been able to do much over the weekend).

Thanks for extending PY--OBVIOUSLY, I'm in great company with this little yellow obsession.

Much peace, much joy :).

Dianne said...

I would love to come outside each day and look up at that.

more great yellow.

Champ Townboy said...

Found out about your project at Carletta's Round The Bend, and she inspired me to join in! Love this shot, and all the others I've seen. Thanks for hosting this!!

Christy said...

yellow, the happiest of colours! i'm happy to join! thanks for the invite.

worldwide1 said...

very striking image,wonderful colors and effective composition as well.

Dawn said...

This one is my favorite. What a charming house and photo.