Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Black, White, and Red all over

This is definitely my kind of patterny scene, with those black pots sort of tesselating into the red branches.  It had an m.c.escher feel to it.  I'm going to update this post tomorrow with some more info.  I wrote down the name of this nursery, but can't find the paper right now, so I'm not even sure what kind of trees these are.  I'm guessing Sweet Gum, just because there is a young sweet gum right out my kitchen window with just this kind of thin red branches.  This nursery is only a mile or so from my house, so I'll drive by it tomorrow, and see if I can find out.  All our snow will be melted by then.  We've finally warmed up above freezing.  Not going to miss that cold weather, but I sure will miss the snow! *12-12 Sorry, no specifics to update.  It's a microseed company, but the phone number listed is no longer accurate.  So the mystery of the red trees continues...

4 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

very cool scene. :)

(the coral bills are the parents. the juveniles have the blue/gray bills). :)

Gin G said...

This pattern photo is delightful. What an eye you have! I wish I could see as you see. If I perk up I may tray to get a few photos. It snowed pretty heavily here last night, and more expected with very arctic cold for a week. I don't know what to do about it except keep the car put away and walk carefully to it. Tomorrow pack in the house with food while Bill is at Speech. Or today.

Bill said...

They sure do make for an interesting photo!

Gail Dixon said...

Very pretty and artistic feeling with all those black pots surrounded by white. Added bonus are the red trees. Vey striking!