Thursday, 24 March 2011

Friday My Town – Yellow

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Yellow in the 60’s-70’s Swedish Design Exhibition
at the Textile Museum

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Yellow bicycle in the street

 

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Yellow in the Supermarket

 

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Daffodils on the street outside a shop

 

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And finally, snowdrops and yellow crocuses
in a garden I passed by today!!! Yay!

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Friday My Town Shoot Out

26 comments:

  1. A GREAT bunch of yellow pictures!!! I especially love that neat boat the produce is in at the supermarket! I want to empty it of fruit and take it home. If I put it in the front yard, the girls would love to play in it! Perhaps you could purchase it and ship it to me. By overseas, of course!!

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  2. I love the market stall.
    Can I see some more market please.

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  3. Your photos are attractive as usual! Yellow is a wonderful colour. Have a great weekend.

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  4. LOVE that yellow chair, shape and color, these are all beautiful

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  5. I love nature's yellow, but usually not elsewhere. But I do love the yellow bike. And, wow, vibrant chair pads!
    I am always glad when you share the textile museum photos.

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  6. Ah, yellow my favourite colour! These photos are beautiful Dawn and a lovely sight for my eyes.

    xoxoxo ♡

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  7. Great choices and variety. The bike begs to be ridden somewhere exciting!

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  8. Great variety of Yellows. My favorite has to be the Lemon and Lime Boat display! Good to see the daffodils coming up in Your Town...looks like most of the snow is gone....as you said...YAY!

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  9. I can not pick a favorite, I love them all. Your blogs are always superb.

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  10. Great collection. Love the bright inspiration uplift I get from your post.
    QMM

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  11. yes, the supermarket is my favorite - such vibrant colors!

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  12. I also wish our supermarkets were so creative. A fishing boat with a fresh catch of lemons.

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  13. Swedish-designed furniture is hard to beat, especially when it is bright yellow. I am trying to do the math in the 2 for 40 sign above the tugboat--I think you might be paying more for lemons than I am. But mine don't come nearly as well-presented, so I think you win.

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  14. Wow! Look at that yellow furniture! That makes my fridge look almost common place! Is that little boat a permanent display in the supermarket? It's surely too cute to just be used from time to time. I'm sure if something like that turned up in a supermarket here it would become a 'destination' - people would go just to see it.
    So happy for you to see the first flowers of spring!

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  15. That boat in the supermarket is sure an eye-cather!

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  16. Thanks all for your comments! As for the boat in the supermarket, I'm afraid that seems to have been just a temporary thing - it was not there the next time I went shopping, so glad I had the camera with me when I first saw it. I think the price sign must refer to the product between the fruits (I can't remember what it was?) - I'm sure it can't be to the lemons.

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  17. I love your photographs, and I just loves lemons, silly I didn't think of them myself, I have a truckload in my kitchen! Happy weekend to you!

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  18. A very interesting collection of yellows! And love that presentation of lemons in a little boat!

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  19. Oooo as always your eye is beautiful! I love the little boat..how fun is that and the picture of the furniture..I am sad to say I remember them being popular styles LOL! I really loved the one of the flowers outside the shop..beautifully framed!! Hugs, Sarah

    PS..sorry about the spiders :0

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  20. Yay that is beautiful!! I've been looking for snowdrops in our nursery because I like to buy some to plant at our backyard. But couldn't find one. Until somebody told me there are plenty at the cemetery, hmmmm I don't mind if I can get one or two but seems like I don't like the feeling of taking it out from somebody's grave plot ^)^ Happy weekend!

    FMTSO

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  21. Wow, what a great collection. That furniture is really bright and unique. I absolutely love that shot at the supermarket, it is so inviting. It begs me to bite into one of the lemons. So fresh.

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  22. Yellow is the colour of spring :-)

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  23. I love the yellow bike shot. I don't know what it is, but appealing. (my blog) that contraption is for watering the crops in the fields. I did post another post about it showing it in action. think of it as a big huge sprinkler.

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  24. How much are the lemons in American money? Just curious as they are often high here... I love the crocus, they were my mom's favorite Spring flower.

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  25. I think you did a great job. My favorite is the boat in the groceries store with the lemons. The second runner up is the daffodils.

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  26. Camella, the price tag in the picture must refer to the plastic containers of whatever-it-is that you see a glimpse of in between the fruits. I rarely buy lemons since I'm allergic/ oversensitive to fresh citrus fruits. So I'm afraid I have no idea what those cost. But certainly not 20 SEK ($3+) a piece!

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