A riot of color Wednesday January 9, 2008, 5 comments

Long red hair, cute turquoise headband. Large green eyes and rosy cheeks. Red lips, white teeth. Tight blue turtleneck sweater, tight blue curves. A flowing knee-length lime green skirt, purple tights. Black and grey argyle socks. Attractive black ankle-high boots with excitingly chunky heels.

A riot of color on a beautiful, sunny Toronto day.


Comments

BD Wednesday January 9, 2008


Beats the grey, grey, grey we got – even the usually ‘road rage’ drivers seemed pretty grey.

Adrian Thursday January 10, 2008


I think the world needs more color.

I think bloggers should push, make the web more colourful. I am so tired of grey websites with reversed type.

I want rich colors. Rich beautiful colors.

Why are people so afraid of colors?

Sumedh Thursday January 10, 2008


Ah! Sounds like a cute little wench!

Adrian Friday January 11, 2008


Colorful, to say the least.

Jorge Thursday January 17, 2008


You liked that outfit, did ya?

Wait until you see what I wear NEXT weekend!

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