TEAL AND MELLOW YELLOW

 

 

The Teal JB Door in Jackson, where memories
are created, so they say:)
Thurs. Doors, Fri Follies

 

A teal door with purple painted brick is not bad either.
Thurs. Doors

 

 

 

The color of the mellow yellow from the potatoes is overpowered by the beets!
Since I’m busy prepping for a Saturday ice cream and cake party,
hubs took over making dinner with his favorite
beet salad (also called  Russian Salad)  on Thurs. evening.

Saute and fry pork – the size of a fist and cut in small cubes.
Add cooked potatoes, eggs,  and carrots.
A can of green beans (or cooked).
Add cubed (raw) apple with mayo/vinegar, pepper, and salt
as dressing. Stir so the dressing coats all the veggies.
Arrange on a bed of cut Romaine or iceberg lettuce.
PhotoAWeek,

 

Going to the store it was hot, that in my haste
I did not take the time
to check all my camera points
ABC Wed -Haste

 

Then  my memory kicked in that I needed a close up,
for the flower challenges! One more quick click.
Did a rough pastel edit in Photo shop on it.

 

Earlier this year on our trip from Sacramento
to Los Angeles, a great amount of trees in
“desert” areas! Trees always bring a smile to
my face, since they were my favorite
subject to draw in my beginning years.
Sunday Trees. Weekly smile

 

Time is slipping away from me. Just last year Peach
was playing with cars, but this year she is
on a cheering team – WHERE did the TIME go??
Makro-Tex – Time

 

Window with a reflection of San Francisco’s sky.
Have taken several angles of this window
so you might have seen a similar image.
Weekend Reflection, One Word Sunday: Window
Sun Best

 

Even a yellow – and almost dark teal sunset.
Almost looks like a painting, doesn’t it?
Sky Watch

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So much fun to share your experience in the season
and read the ones from others too:)


Photo linky list open from Monday – Friday noon,
Pacific time

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Thanks to All the Hosts
Thurs. DoorThankful Thurs * Sky Watch *
Floral Fri Foto * Photo A Week *
Weekend Reflection * Fri Bliss *Fri Follies *
One Word Sun * Sun Tree * Sun Best *
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Our world * Makro Tex : Time * Weekly Smile*
*Say Cheese *Travel Tue * Pict Tue * FOTD *
Nature Notes ** ABC WED -H*
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32 Comments

  1. jammy7000 says:

    A lovely collection of images, Jesh. Interesting how “Russian Salad” gets interpreted differently in different countries. My mother makes it with peas, sliced baby carrot rondels, potato cubes (all boiled), baby capers, tiny cubes of gherkin (the Polish, non-sweet ones), dried dill leaf tips, all mixed with home-made mayonnaise (once again, no sugar in it). Tastes delicious!
    Thanks for taking part in the “My Sunday Best” meme.

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  2. Handsome blue doors. Grandchildren grow up way too fast. For me, it was American Girl dolls one day, and the next it was makeup. Young adult now.

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Sometimes I wished that the grands wouldn’t grow up so fast. There is something adorable to a childlike mind. No worries, no judgements, big dreams, and just going with the flow of life.

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    2. Your last sentence would make a good book title. 🙂

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  3. Pieni Lintu says:

    Nice colors and photos!

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  4. Jackie says:

    JB are my husband’s initials!

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  5. take it calm… otherwise you miss out on so many joyable things

    Have a heartwarming en splendid ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    M e l o d y (team ABC-W)
    https://melodyk.nl/25-H

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      That is great advise, Melody! Thanks for hosting:)

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  6. Roger says:

    I especially love those colorful buildings!

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  7. I love that reflection shot with the yellow peeking out the way it does. Teal is one of the colors that I keep reaching for when I paint. It’s a happy color. The beet salad sounds delicious.

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  8. trentpmcd says:

    Nice photos, as usual. I live in a part of the country where I am always surrounded by tall trees so sometimes take them for granted, but I still love the trees!

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  9. Debbie Smyth says:

    I love teal and yellow, and enjoyed all the glimpses of your world, Jesh. A great window for the OWS theme, too – I enjoyed the reflection 🙂

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  10. James says:

    Wow! I like your reflection a lot!

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  11. Great colors! Love the teal.

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  12. riittakoo says:

    Your potato/beet salad looks delicious, have to keep in mind. I love your teal details! You know what, teal is a new word for me, had to google 🙂 I would say turquoise – is there any difference? Wishing you a lovely weekend Jesh.

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  13. Norm 2.0 says:

    I find that teal is somewhat of a rare color choice for doors. Pretty cool that you found these two 🙂

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  14. I love seeing the old windows and doors! And yes…time sure flies by when you watch the little ones grow up!

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  15. Joanne Sisco says:

    Teal is one of my favourites and on a door, it’s just about perfect 🙂

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  16. TCast says:

    I like the colour of your door 👍🏼

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  17. Alan B Bates says:

    I love how you hit all the notes on your post. I love your door especially.

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  18. Michelle Keltner says:

    I like the teal and as for kids….they grow up so fast. So cliche, but so true. Thanks for linking up.

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  19. JT Twissel says:

    Purple bricks – my goodness. That SF reflection shot is spectacular!

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  20. Enjoyed your photographs posted on SkyWatch Friday.

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  21. Peter B. says:

    Wow, that’s a beautiful sunset! I’m drawn to the photo of the desert tree and rural landscape. Very pretty. Yes, I know, the grandkids are growing up so quickly. Where does the time go??

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  22. Dan Antion says:

    It is amazing how fast time seems to fly. I like the teal doors and the reflections.

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  23. Ally Bean says:

    Teal and yellow are encouraging colors. Your photos do them justice. Love the trumpet flower.

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  24. Time is flying! The Grandkids grow so fast! The yellow looks lovely on that trumpet flower.

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    1. Junieper2 says:

      Thank you Deborah! From the grandkids, this is number 6. There’s a wide range in personalities:)

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    2. I can well imagine that! 😀 6! You’re very blessed.

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    3. Junieper2 says:

      Should have told you, there is one more. Number 6 is the “performer” Number 7 is hilarious and tends to get in trouble, while number 5 is artistic, a dreamer with a huge heart.
      Much easier to be a grand than a parent:)

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