This week's color was Burnt Sienna.
Brooke added another challenge to create a diptych this week. I found quite a bit of Burnt Sienna right here at home, but for my diptych I chose to use these two photos of a bridge crossing the Erie Canal.
Here are the photos from around the house:
Clothespins from a vintage shop that I keep in my studio.
A wooden "plate" from Guatemala given to my husband by our daughter. It hangs over his dresser.
A duck decoy that sits on top of our media center in the den.
My bedside table drawer.
A painting given to me by Sarah that hangs in my studio. The frame is also close to Burnt Sienna, but didn't photograph particularly well.
I'm trying to figure out how to participate in this challenge while we're on vacation. I know better than to take my box of crayons which will surely melt in the Arizona heat. I suppose I can try to guess the color by the posted prompt and the first few examples posted on the site, or I can do catch-up when I get back. None of those choices really appeal to me, however. I like carrying my crayon around; it's become a habit.