Walking the Color Wheel: Seattle’s Summer Reds

July 22, 2012

May your summer be filled with red letter days!

Lucifer crocosmia

Two pots of strikingly red geraniums brighten this yard.

Hummingbird feeder, no hummers

Ethereal poppy

Boat rentals at Green Lake

Ubiquitous red stop signs

Rainier cherries, Pike Place Market

Raspberries, Pike Place Market

Fire engine red

Red chairs in the pavilion at Olympic Sculpture Park, with “Encounters with Water” wall art

The Seattle signature (muted) wardrobe brightened by a red beach bucket







9 Responses to “Walking the Color Wheel: Seattle’s Summer Reds”

  1. Chris Says:

    These are great photos, Rosemary!! Love that last one…yes, that is so Seattle!! 🙂

  2. shoreacres Says:

    I’m especially fond of the “water wall” and the photo of the cherries. I’ve just discovered the Orondo Ruby cherries, which were developed from the Ranier. They seem to have disappeared from our market now, but if you haven’t tried them and have a chance, I guarantee you’ll enjoy them!

    • Rosemary Says:

      Have never heard of Orondo Ruby cherries. Now I’ll keep my eye out for them. I wonder if its just a regional product.

  3. littlefashionistas Says:

    Beatiful pictures!!!

  4. Beautiful photos. A visit to Pike Place Market is on my bucket list!

  5. Posted this on Google Plus, and won you another subscriber.

    • Rosemary Says:

      Thank you! I’m not familiar with google plus, but I appreciate having readers. Thanks for spreading the word.

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