Boots Of Many Colors

Similar to Joseph and The Technicolor Dreamcoat, these boots come in a virtual rainbow of colors. 

Honestly, not sure who would actually wear something like these. 

I think them gaudy except as a sweeping fashion statement by someone fairly spectacular who could carry it off. 

Perhaps another show featuring the dancing Rockettes, doing the long row of eye-high kicks could be quite a sight in a managerie of these colorful boots rising and falling. 

Kick 1-2-3.  Higher and higher.  Red, yellow, and blue.  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Eyewash Smiley

Had to take a second look at this eyewash station with the bright yellow caps.

I suppose this is good if you get something in your eye(s) and need to flush it out. 

Are the yellow caps supposed to be for keeping the faucets clean and unobstructed. 

Whole thing looks a little like a face:  the yellow caps are the eyes, the big center faucet is the nose, and the sink basic the big mouth. 

Maybe just my imagination, but I think it’s saying “there are too many cooks in this kitchen, get the h*ll out!” 🙂

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Beautiful Teapot (Just For Looking)

Just wanted to share this really beautiful yellow and flowered teapot. 


Love all the shapes–the pyramid base, the curly spout, the circular handle, and the little round ball at the top. 


Like most nice things, it’s too beautiful to actually use. 


(Almost like a million outfits in my closet that I never wear, because I don’t want to mess them up…)


This is where design trumps functions–and I would rather look at this and enjoy it as art more than drinking another cup of tea! 😉


(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

A Beauty In The Downtown

Flower
I took this photo in downtown Washington, D.C.



Right between the limbs of this tree trunk was this amazing yellow flower almost popping up out of nowhere. 



It was like “Here I am, enjoy me!”



The more nature we put back into our cities the nicer and friendlier they are. 



Nature sooths man’s inner beast–and we definitely need more of that. 😉



(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)