I’m so thrilled to be joining an amazingly talented group of photographers in a new blog circle project dedicated to COLOUR!!!!  Each month we will be sharing how we creatively interpret colour in our lives.

This month, we kick off the project with a nod to the Irish.  Below is a little peek into my son’s favourite colour: GREEN.

Please follow along the circle to see the rest of the images from my amazing collaborators, starting with Kara from June & Bear Photography.

 

 

Once again, here’s the link to Kara’s images:  June and Bear Photography

 

 

10 Responses to The Color Collaborative: March

  1. Dani says:

    Beautiful Jennifer! Your scenery, and those cake pops, LOVE!

  2. Heather Lathrop Chang says:

    The flare!!! And I serisouly love every single one. Amazing light and color in every one. I get a serious thrill everytime I see your work. It speaks to me so perfectly. I love it. And we have that Awesome shirt to but it’s a different color, Aqua!

  3. Jill Cassara says:

    Wow, gorgeous sunflare! Love your diverse series!!

  4. Sarah Roemer Davis says:

    These are all lovely and can easily stand alone. But together they make a fierce bunch. I just LOVE that photo of the chocolate covered oreos. Is that what those are? I love the angle you took the photo and how it looks like a bouquet of yumminess.

    • Jen Conley says:

      Sarah, you guessed right! They are chocolate oreo pops. I really love making cake pops…but thought I’d try something a little different for my hubby’s bday.

  5. Erica Collins says:

    Jennifer – love all the green!!! I’m amazed at how you were able to find it practically everywhere. I love your last image, little boys and legos have my heart. 🙂

    • Jen Conley says:

      Lego is a HUGE favourite for him! And lucky for me LEGO is full of lots of colourful pieces. I’m guessing it may become a featured subject matter in various monthly posts during this project 😉

  6. kara says:

    i love the diversity in your set, jennifer. beautiful everyday moments and non-human subjects. i love the dof and focus in the paint image. i’m really looking forward to getting to know you and your work through this project. i’m already a fan.

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