Shades of Yellow


Wheatfield in August colourfulness

A wheat field and its boundary stone wall in matching August colourfulness.

weathered stone boundary wall

Weathered stone and the crackling and rustling of crops ripe for harvest.  I’m on a high from champagne and golden tones, of lemon, mustard, ochre, citrine and bright canary – all organised, perfectly balanced and matching in hue, bursting intensity, softness and saturation.

Wheatfield and wild flowers







  1. Comment by Ellen Abbott:

    I loved the lichens when I was in Scotland last year. so beautiful.

    • Reply by Jennifer:

      All the lovely clean air there Ellen – the characteristic orange of Harris Tweed was traditionally produced by a dye extracted from rock dwelling lichens (wonder if it still is?!)

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