As we say good-bye to Project Green, once again I’d like to invite you into our home. For Project Yellow, you were ushered into our entrance foyer; directly to the left is our "keeping room", a bright and cheerful room that, although not quite finished, is one of my favorite rooms in our house. For starters, it’s an extension of our kitchen–which IS my favorite room–and secondly, these guys live there:
I just don’t know enough about it. The panels look more yellow
than green here, but in person they lean towards lime.
….which led me to think about how neat it would be for someone to follow you around when you’re taking pictures to capture YOU in the strangest of positions! In the past few weeks I’ve prostrated myself on mall-parking-lot asphalt, climbed on top of chairs and tables, pulled off the side of the rode, stood on my car seat and looked out the sun roof, squatted in a grassy field–all to take a photograph.
But I digress…pardon me!
The details in these window treatments (and coordinating fabric-covered table) is what made me squeal with little girl delight when I saw them hanging for the first time–the colorful bell tassels lend an element of playfulness to what could otherwise be just some boring old curtains.
Instead? They’re punctuated with little drops of "happy"…
which always brings an upward curl to my lips :).
Visit Anna Carson Photography for the 4-1-1 on Project Green.
Please click for more Project Green:
#1 – Have a ball!
#2 – Boy toy
#3 – Green "green" tee
#4 – Fame, not fortune
I love the tours around your house…And my fav is the closeup….I am so glad that you have been participating and you have had fun! I am stunned at how much people have liked doing this! Make sure to check out at the end of May for the next one!
You crack me up about what you go through to get a shot cause that’s been sooooo me the lately. Nice images from your home. Since your light meter is reading the outside light (see how well the trees are exposed?), try using your flash to fill in the interior.
I can see the green tone in the fabric! They are just beautiful window treatments btw!!!
Whatever color, that’s a pretty window.
Robin, I could tell these leaned more towards lime than yellow, regardless of the lighting issue. You could see the green in the tassels right off too. These treatments are pretty. Thanks for sharing your talent and pictures.
Pretty colors!!! I’m always getting in strange positions to get that perfect picture!! Glad I’m not alone!
Very cool shots – you’re getting so good at close-ups and perspective! And your home is SO much better put together than mine;) Sigh…
My WW is about motherhood this week.
Anna, I’m surprised so many of us seized this, too! I guess it was “do-able”, even for amateurs like me! Can’t wait to see what you come up with next!
Robert, I’m having flash issues…think I’ve gotta take my camera to the doctor :/…:(
Tiff, my camera has turned me into a madwoman/contortionist :).
Kelly, remember I’m only showing glimpses ;).