Monday, September 3, 2012

Color Week: #1 RED

I've been consumed with black and white photography lately, so it's time to have a colorful interlude. This week I bring you color, color and more color. Join me as I take a trip across South Pasadena's rainbow.

I could have featured a detail of one of South Pasadena's red brick buildings, or maybe a still life with strawberries, tomatoes and apples from the Farmer's Market. Nah, I just couldn't resist this beautiful old red car. Long may she run...

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Unrelated, but important: South Pas friend and neighbor Yvette emailed me about the loss of her pet cockatiel Lamby Bird and I want to put the word out in case anyone in town has seen him. See the side bar on the right of this post for more info

12 comments:

Adele said...
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Adele said...

What a beautiful car, and a beautiful choice for Red Day. I'm looking forward to the rest of the week!

Anonymous said...

Love the two-tone! Don't think you'd see such a combo today. Guess this was the beginning of tail fins.

Laurie said...

Thanks, guys!

On a note unrelated to beautiful cars, South Pas friend and neighbor Yvette has lost her beloved pet cockatiel Lamby Bird. Please check out the info on the right of this post. If you see the little sweetie bird, let her know where he is!

LOLfromPasa said...

What a classic. Love all that colour!

Petrea Burchard said...

That is most certainly red!

I hope Lamby Bird finds his way home. Please keep us up to date if you hear anything.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

I hope the bird story has a happy ending. Can the Cockatiels get along with the parrots?

Green Guy said...

Keeping my look out for a lost bird! Love the red. LOoking forward to the rest of the week.

Anonymous said...

Would like to know how and why bird got away. Hope happy ending.

Judy Williams said...

I can't believe I missed this one. I LURVE that!!!

Anonymous said...

Lurve..Annie Hall.

Anonymous said...

What happened to the bird?