~ Lense Artists Photo Challenge #8: COLORFUL ~

Tina Schell challenges us to lighten up and introduce some fun and frivolity to our posts this week. Levity – lightheartedness is often elusive – but always welcome!

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The Lavender Lady – a coastal eccentric with vivid, wonderfully fun taste!


Garden art at the Lavender Lady’s ~ Ilwaco, WA (USA)

Another entry into the Garden Art Hall of Fame!


Riverside Park ~ Spokane, WA (USA)


This stained-glass window was a gift from my mother-in-law. What I know of its history is limited; an old-country artisan living in our region created it using old-world glass.

To look up at nature’s beautiful offering of plum blossoms set against a bright blue spring sky brings me a sense of peace and hope. 


“…it is important to find moments of joy. We are surrounded by all of the colors of the rainbow, but it’s up to us to recognize and appreciate them.” Tina Schell


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7 Responses to ~ Lense Artists Photo Challenge #8: COLORFUL ~

  1. Tina Schell says:

    What a special gift, you are one fortunate D-I-L! Loved your choices this week Lindy, and special thanks for including my quote. Consider me honored!

  2. Rupali says:

    What a wonderful set of colourful images Lindy but I love the stained-glass window.

  3. Olga says:

    The eccentricity of the Lavender Lady is a joy to behold. To decorate one’s home without a care for the neighbor’s is a wonderful sense of freedom. Loved the stained glass gift also. Loved your post, Lindy. ❤

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