Antique Chinese and English porcelain come to mind as does the iconic classic Blue Willow patterns which were mass produced by so many companies over the years.
This beautiful planter was a gift from the son of Mrs. Plant,
she was a former owner and resident of The Humble Bungalow
this wee antique bowl is so thin you can almost see throught it...
I know nothing about it except to say that it called out to me when I was perusing the tables at an antue and collectible show.
I've collected these Ball Sealers for the past few years...
it's the soft shade of blue that attracts me to these jars.
Trees were painted cobalt blue in this downtown plaza...
I captured this image on a Seattle trip a few years ago.
The Chihuly Gardens in Seattle...
right below The Space Needle!
It's a wonderful place to visit and view many of Chihuly's glass masterpieces.
A gorgeous blue necklace at the jewelers in the lobby of The Empress Hotel.
Harumi Ota porcelain.
Harumi lives in Victoria and sells his work at The Eclectic Gallery and at The Moss Street Market.
Downtown Victoria sidewalk display
Looking out over the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Washington State is in the distance.
Wee heart shaped art glass paperweight....
Grape and wood hyacinths, a spring time bouquet in a matte white jug, a gift from my bestie.
White vintage compotes.
playing with paint...
Macarons at Bon Macaron on Broad Street in Victoria.
My favourite outfit of all time is a simple one...
Blue Jeans and a White top.
accessorized simply with pearls and an armful of sterling bangles
Do you have a favourite outfit?
One that you feel totally at ease wearing and can see yourself taking it to a desert island with you?
Wendy McLeod MacKnight's recent post inspired me to write this one today...
go over and say Hi and please tell her that I sent you!
Thank you for stopping by....