Thursday, November 20

Brown - Roy G Biv 2014

November and we're looking for brown.
Here's what I found. 
Elephant moving fallen trees in a very dry Mudumalai Tiger Reserve before the monsoons.  

When the oil got too hot in the wok one evening, a brown flower started blooming. 
 Someone was painting with brown paint at this table.
A scrumptious chocolate mousse.
Student's work on the walls at The National Institute of Fashion Technology, Bangalore where I teach.

To see what other people have gathered check Julie's and Jennifer's blogs.

10 comments:

Jennifer said...

Once again your post has me mesmerized Maya! That last photo is especially wonderful. Enjoy!

Thread Born said...

Hi Maya- Love all your "found" brown. Especially love the last photo...how cool a sign is that?!

Sharmon Davidson said...

Maya, the originality of your browns is impressive - love the paint marks chocolate mousse, and who would think of photographing oil in their wok? But the best is definitely that beautiful elephant!

Jill Eudaly said...

Who knew the color brown could make such a wonderful starting point. Each of your photos are both interesting and have a defining point of view. So well done!

maya matthew said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed my pictures ladies.
With Thursday just two days away I thought I had no brown pictures and I was actually surprised that I had enough to actually choose from.
Thanks for stopping here and leaving a comment really appreciate it.

Tammie Lee said...

wonderful brown glimpses!

Blue Sky Dreaming said...

You have found some great browns! Very rich brown paint color and of course the elephant!

Arzigogolare said...

WOW! These were amazing, from the elephant (seems so exotic from here!), to the flower "blooming" in your wok and ending with the cool typography art. Thanks for the inspiring visit to your blog!

Charlton Stitcher said...

Only just catching up with all those brown posts .. The elephant is wonderful, especially when viewed from a gloomy English November. I can feel the heat!

maya matthew said...

Thank you for visiting and for your comments.
Participating in Roy G Biv each month has made me open my eyes and actually see colour. It's interesting to see what each one sees.

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