Oh boy! I got a threefer in this photo taken in New Orleans! I loved the tiny cottages, the first of many squeezed into the landscape, and refusing to give up!! There is so much going on in this photo; the planters, the garden, the head on a stick, the flag, the bench, the lavender trash bin, the birdhouse and a big fat crow! Do you see the orange painted cement blocks in the street at the front? That is to mark the owners parking spot! The color for today is Jungle Green, but the photo also had tomorrow’s color, Laser Lemon and then I saw it had a Lavender too, Saturday’s color! I’ll call it my Jungle Laser Lavender Photo! New Orleans is all about Color! If you haven’t been to this beautiful city, it is like nowhere else! So much history, so much fun, so much music, so much food and so much COLOR!
Jungle Green has been included in Crayola assortment since 1990. It is known as Land of the Free in the “State Crayon Collection.”
Laser Lemon is a fluorescent color originally known as Chartreuse from 1972 to 1990. It is also known as Chevaulin Chartreuse, found only in the special “Scarlet Pimpernel” set.
This post is just one of many in the Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola Challenge! Enjoy!