Exploring white #7

Seventh white

zooming out as this is the last exploration of white

Το έβδομο λευκό

απομάκρυνση της εστίασης καθώς αυτή είναι και η τελευταία εξερεύνηση του λευκού

Grounded by snow, I’m not able to access our archives, so today and for most of this week, I’ll be exploring the ‘color’ white! Αποκλεισμένη απ’το χιόνι, δεν έχω πρόσβαση στα αρχεία μας, οπότε σήμερα κι όπως φαίνεται για όλη την εβδομάδα, θα εξερευνήσω το λευκό ‘χρώμα’.

Happy Sunday, everyone Καλή Κυριακή σε όλους

15 thoughts on “Exploring white #7

  1. Over the hills, not far away, the powder coating looks thin and light. Like powdered sugar on undulating pasty. But those inviting layers of innocent white are deceptively deep. Like the beautiful images so well seen, composed, and perfectly presented.

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    1. Well… I’d just say, perfectly accompanied and honored by such beautiful words! Thank you, my friend.

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  2. I’ve been watching your white world all week, and now my world is white 😉 (Actually we did have snow, but not like what we got yesterday). I know snow in Athens isn’t super common, but didn’t you have big storm last year as well?

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    1. Yes, we did – round same time. It kept us homebound for 5 days but this one did all the ‘damage; in just one day and lasted a full week. Some places are still snow covered… I mean in the city!

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  3. Love the blue and white.

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  4. We had a blizzard last week, biggest one in 25 years. There are snow piles everywhere, but they are grey, brown and black now. Hard core city snow is not pretty.
    Let it be white! xoxoxoxoxoxo

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    1. Sounds like our piles of snow too… black and murky!
      Let it be white!!!!! ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

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      1. Well, it’s white during and just after…
        It just goes to show how much pollution comes from cars, even with emissions restrictions, and how much filth is in the atmosphere in general.
        It’s like the snow captures it , then when the snow melts, we are left with piles of dirt.

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        1. True… but I think that even in the countryside you end up with muddy snow once it melts and mixes with the earth.
          Only arctic places get to maintain pure white! 😉

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