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Colors of January

A fun structure, for adults and children, to consciously observe nature, is to see how many colors you can find. That was the purpose of today’s mini “Get outside!” session. With the days being dark both when I leave home in the morning and when I leave the office, I now actually schedule an appointment in my calendar to get outside during the day while at work. Today ended up being one of the coldest in weeks, with blustery winds.

We have the silvery moon in the just-before-sunrise deep blue sky; pine tree dark green; a field of brown decaying leaves, rust-red pine needles, mud puddle brown, mellow white clouds in a cool-blue sky, brown & steely gray trees.

What colors do you see when you get outside?

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