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Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola

Colossus of Rames II 80 tons Memphis Museum Cairo Egypt March 2010 135_HDR_edit

Colossus of Rames II, 80 tons, Memphis Museum, Cairo, Egypt

 

Sphinx and Pyramid of Chephren Cairo, Egypt

Sphinx and Pyramid of Chephren Cairo, Egypt

Police on Camel at Great Pyramid of Cheops Pyramid of Chephren and Pyramid of Mycerinus, Cairo, Egypt

Police on Camel at Great Pyramid of Cheops Pyramid of Chephren and Pyramid of Mycerinus, Cairo, Egypt

Great Pyramid of Cheops, Cairo, Egypt

Great Pyramid of Cheops, Cairo, Egypt

“Almond” is a shade of brown that is 14% saturated and 94% bright.  Crayola issued this color in 1998 under the name “Almond” and is currently available in the 120 pack of crayons.  Sherwin Williams, the paint company, offers a paint called, “Intricate Ivory” which is 99% similar to “Almond.”

Personally, when I think of “Almond” I think of sand and the desert! Or a dessert! How about almond biscotti with almond colored coffee? This post is just one of many in the Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola Challenge! Enjoy!

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