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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Color Images of the Mind Revealed

Week 8's prompt is COLOR

artists see what others don't ...
then share honestly

color in my world

images like these
amaze and delight as I
seek and find online

I wish my mind could
envision and create such
vivid imag'ry!

Others participating this week

My other Week 8 OSI post at Small Reflections:
Colorful Comeback

Thought for Today
"Colour helps to express light, not the physical phenomenon, but the only light that really exists, that in the artist's brain." Henri Matisse, 1945


Anonymous said...

I think each of these is "vivid" and "imaginative". I am pulled toward the first, as a favorite. Well done!

Karen said...

Incredible, storyteller! Absolutely breathtaking!

storyteller said...

MyBellavia – The 1st is MY favorite too … but I enjoyed both and felt including each created nifty ‘illustration’ of my three-verse Haiku this morning.

Karen – Thanks! Finding these images ‘saved’ me on this week’s OSI prompt once again. I’m delighted with Photobucket ;--)

I appreciate each of you visiting and sharing your thoughts this morning. Hope you’re each having a delightful day!
Hugs and blessings,

SandyCarlson said...

Seeing what others do not and sharing it is quite a gift--but receiving the gift is a gift back to the artist! These are great. Thanks for another brilliant post!
Writing in Faith: Poems

Raven said...

These are wonderful and "reflect" the theme magnificently... and I love the words you have shared along with them. Just grand!

Momisodes said...

Ah, yes...me too :) What lovely images and haiku.

And I love that quote from Matisse!

Mike Golch said...

Storyteller.thanks for this one it is great.

Anonymous said...

..i need the thoughts above to address the limitations of my own mind..i'm curious about the questions- what is poetry about,and what is poetry for,..and ur poetry helps..regards..

Betty said...

Those pictures are breath taking. Just beautiful.

storyteller said...

SandyCarlson – Ah … how validating for each then, right? Thanks for enlarging my perspective with your comment.

Raven – I’m delighted to know you think so ;--)

Sandy – Thanks … I can’t imagine how you have time to visit today, but I appreciate that you did so.

Mike – I’m happy you enjoyed today’s post.

Zoya – Isn’t it wonderful how we each help one another as we share our thoughts each week in responding to these themes? Thanks for letting me know how I helped you in your comment today ;--)

Betty – I couldn’t agree more … and I appreciate folks at Photobucket sharing these images so generously.

I’ve not had time today for much blog visiting … but I fully intend to see how everyone’s interpreting the prompt this week as time permits over the next few days. I appreciate all of your comments and hope you’re having a wonderful Wednesday.
Hugs and blessings,

Joyce said...

Those pictures are just asking for a story to be written. :) Lovely and creative take on the OSI prompt, Storyteller. :)

Lori said...

Those pics are too cool. Thanks for stopping by my WW:)

Maude Lynn said...

Those are awesome!

Eve said...

WOW!! I am so in awe of creative, imaginative people. Beautiful snags.

storyteller said...

Joyce, Lori, Mama Zen, and Eve
Thanks to each of you for visiting and commenting on my OSI post this week. I had fun creating it and am pleased with the results, but I’ve not had time to visit the other participants to see what they did. I guess I’ll get to it over the weekend? I hope you’re all having a wonderful week.
Hugs and blessings,

Tumblewords: said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely! The colors and words are fantastic images!

storyteller said...

Tumblewords – I’m so happy you find them so! Thanks for the delightful feedback ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Melissa said...

You may like Moodflow.com's pictures.

Go to his main page and click through his 3 screensaver pictures too (the ones with the tiny pictures.) You can see them larger if you click on them.

storyteller said...

Melissa – Thanks so much for the link to ‘Moodflow’s photos’ … they ARE wonderful indeed! I’m trying to decide if I’m willing to give up my ‘Stonehenge’ screensaver for his series of awesome sunsets!
Hugs and blessings,

Melissa said...

He had a website for a long time and has only recently moved to a blog. There aren't that many blog entries, so click through them all and you might find a free picture you like that you can use as a wallpaper (then you can keep your current screensaver if you like ;) ) There are a few that are very similar to the pictures you posted.