Fear in Writing: Picture of the Week

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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Picture of the Week

So, I'm not hopping around the blogosphere today, but the No Post Saturday thing wasn't working out so well.  I mean, what kind of a post says it's not a post?  I get the confusion, I really do.

My new Saturday series is 'Picture of the Week.'  I'll scour the Internet for something interesting--usually something I see on one of your blogs or sites.

For the first installation, I bring you something colorful, something simple, but something oh-so-pretty.
I found these fancy key fobs at my friend Rachel's blog, Olivethebeach...and then realized I could actually buy them at her Etsy shop!  The picture appeals to me for its lineup of color and pattern--especially the black thrown in to darken the mix.  I also love the way they aren't aligned, as I hate symmetry (except when I hit my elbow, then I have to hit the other elbow, see quirks post for more).

As for the product itself, I think anyway someone can set themselves apart is fantastic.  Who doesn't have a set of keys they carry around?  Personalizing is one way we make a claim on life.

I hope you have a colorful Saturday.

13 comments:

  1. You need to wack both elbows? You're a funny duck, Ms Emrath. What's with the 1st comment? I sometimes get those just-squares, and when I track it back, more of the same.

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  2. Will- I am odd, but aren't we all in our way? Yes, very philisophical this AM. Those squares are usually Asian porn sites--I just delete them forever!

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  3. They are very colorful and remind me of the eighties. Oh lordy, please tell me we're not going back there.

    CD

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  4. Picture of the week is good. And limitless!

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  5. I love when artists and craftsmen make something out of nothing :)

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  6. A first glance I thought they were belts.
    Love all the colors. Happy to look at.

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  7. I don't believe it. When I knock my elbow, I have to knock the other one too- for luck!

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  8. I'm all for a cool photo every weekd!

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  9. Great artistic eye! It's the dark one in the last third of the row that sets it off.

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  10. The picture of the week is causing some very far out flashbacks. Don't think I should be out driving this weekend. Better stay home and groove on the colors.

    Stephen Tremp

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  11. For someone who hates symmetry, you sure did marry your opposite. Russ has been a "line-em-up" guy since I was born. It makes me wonder which way the munchkins are going to go... in a line or in a pile? Regardless, they're stinkin' adorable.

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