Sixteen years of Treehouse talk

Sixteen years of Treehouse talk

Sunday, December 27, 2020

Winter clothes: Back to the lake

 Part One: A winter wardrobe in progress...


She's crazy about this Cashmink® scarf. When she brought it home from the thrift store, her husband thought maybe he should have it (it's unisex, right?), but when she tried it on, he agreed that those colours were quite good on her. (She said that he could still borrow it if he wanted.)
And then she noticed how close the colours are to one of her favourite Group of Seven paintings.
Standing back, it looks mostly green and light grey.
Close up, there is a mixture of teal and other blue-greens, denim blue (maybe it's grey), light grey (maybe it's off-white), and soft pink/peach. 
The teal stripe reminds her of a Vivienne Files post about Mountain Forms by Lawren Harris, from almost a year ago. 

But with a pile of new restrictions looming on top of the usual cold winter, the Vivienne Files post that seems to come closest is this November 2019 story about rushing off to care for a family member.

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