Designs, Tricks, and Schemes

Nature is the Best Colorist

Lizard


photo by Jill Goodell

I wish I could achieve something approaching such a sophisticated use of chartreuse in my garden.  Gecko at the Turtle Bay Exploration Park in Redding, CA above.  Moss on a tree at Mount Lassen below.

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Posted by on December 18, 2008 at 6:49 am, in the category Designs, Tricks, and Schemes.
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5 Responses to “Nature is the Best Colorist”

  1. And here I thought chartreuse was a purple-y color.

  2. chuck b. says:

    I like chartreuse in the garden with seltzer, over ice.

  3. chuck b. says:

    Oh, and I would have hyperlinked chartreuse to be clear what I mean, but your blog don’t permit hyperlinks in the comments, which sucks.

  4. Brie says:

    Fantastic idea, Chuck. I found half a bottle in the cabinet recently that I had forgotten about. Saving it for spring.

  5. Susan Harris says:

    Chuck, we want to see your links! The key is to copy and PASTE them into the comment; that makes ‘em live. S

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