If the blog prompt had been about Burl Wood or a burl of wood it would have seemed easy. Instead this week’s theme is burlywood, the colour. Which I had to look up only to find out it’s a boring beige really. Ugh but I’ve decided to rise to the challenge.
For one thing, right after I looked it up, I was on Instagram and there I saw a photo of some art work in progress. This is by a truly lovely local woman who I’ve known since she was just starting out in her art career. I feel very fortunate to have 4 of her pictures in our house. She has a website that can be found here at NickiAultStudio and I encourage you to check out the link. She loves the prairie skies as much as I do. The difference is she can capture it! I can’t wait to see what Nicki’s final product on these two. The skies are already amazing and they only feature the burlywood colour!
Once I had her permission to use the photo I sent searching for other burlywood photos in my media files. Then I turned to Canva and created a grid of them that ties in to my Thursday’s Crossroads photo that I took for my Wednesday daily photo blog over at 3six5snap.wordpress.com/. That’s a complex photo follow but there you have it.
Two photos that fell into place. Then the text did. Now perhaps I can also be proactive and get it up for a scheduled post, which strangely enough is something I have never done before.
Strangely enough I’ve managed to keep it simple and straightforward this week. Not at all like my personal life. Let’s just run on the assumption that I was inspired (my word of the year).
I’ve linked to secondwindleisure.com which is Terri’s site. She is the regular host of #Sundaystills and kudos to her for keeping it going. The number of comments and links she works through are amazing!