It is week three for Color Your World (Here). The colors this week are asparagus, aquamarine, gold, chestnut, plum, manatee, and silver. Make that – the colors this week are Crayola’s versions of those named colors.
I decided to connect the Crayola colors with images of some fiber art pieces from Richmond, Virginia.
Sunday Post Part 2:
Travel with Intent’s One Word Sunday is VIEWS (here) and to join in, I have a view of some white sand from Destin, Florida:
Sunday Post Part 3:
And if you are in the mood to read a short piece of fiction, here is an entry for Sunday Photo Fiction (here):
The Cabinet (Fiction word count: 200)
The alarm rang as Maryann tried to exit.
Two undercover police officers escorted her to the back.
She was told she was in trouble for taking photos.
Maryann insisted that she did NOT take photos inside the museum. She merely texted her mother, twice, and then checked the time – that was it.
“Ma’am, we have you on surveillance.”
“I think you are mistaken,” she confidently replied.
Grabbing her smartphone, she scrolled the day’s photographs: bacon from breakfast, selfies in the park, bus selfies, subway selfies…
Then, there it was – a photo from inside the museum.
Maryann curiously pulled the phone closer, “What the…?”
She shook her head in disbelief.
There, on her smartphone, was a photo of an old cabinet. Well, the lower part of the cabinet – hand-carved trim and pewter figures.
Maryann sat back speechless.
“Ma’am, may we look at rest of photos?”
“Yes, of course,” she answered.
The officer scrolled the photos, looked at Maryann, and then spoke in Chinese to his colleague. Many sentences were spewed until he finally stopped, opened the door, and said, “You may go. Have nice day.”
Maryann grabbed her phone as the officer commented, “You take LOT of selfies.”
Maryann left in haste.