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Saturday, July 10, 2010

Ten Things I Loved About Denmark: Number Two... Color

Since I've done no creating in the past month and have another week of vacation with my family planned, I'll be posting some of the highlights of my trip....
Poppies, poppies, everywhere...
Fields and fields of wildflowers sprinkled color everywhere I looked.


Gold, rust, red and bold blue homes were everywhere.  Here's Heidi by Hans Christian Anderson's birthplace which is washed in golden yellow.


Bold pattern and rustic stripes in my great grandfather's home which is now part of a farming museum.  I love the color and pattern juxtaposition.


Simply Scandinavian... where small is big, and color is king.
These are privately owned huts on a beach in Aero, just waiting for their owners on a warm summer day.  Look for these images in a quilt one day.

6 comments:

Merete said...

Lovely reading ;0)

Linda Zimmerman said...

gorgeous!

Diane Wright said...

Wonderful photos!

Karen said...

LOVE your great-grandfather's home/museum!!! the detail!... and, I see a quilt there, I do. That will be fun.

The Pink Ganeshji said...

So, Vivika, I have to ask.......did it feel like home? When I went to Wales as an adult, I suddenly understood so much about my family! Your photos are wonderful, inspiring, and reminiscent of our summers in Sweden.

Ruth Anne Olson said...

Great photos. Those colorful cottages are a great subject for a quilt.

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