Project 64: Peach

Well, isn’t this just peachy-keen? It’s Week 61 at Project 64: Out of the Box. Since I’m not a “peach” person, I had to dig in the archives for something…anything…that could be considered peach. And I found a flock of flamingos at the St. Louis Zoo that will do nicely. Doesn’t it look like their legs would just snap in two at the slightest breeze? They are certainly among some of the most interesting and graceful birds.

The trip was from 2010 when Peanut and her family, Entrepreneur and I took a day trip to see the Arch and the zoo. We also took in a westward expansion museum and topped off the day with a German dinner at a local winery.

Sub­mitted for Project 64: Out of the Box
To see my Crayon Col­lec­tion so far, click HERE

9 thoughts on “Project 64: Peach

  1. How beautiful they are, and such a perfect peach. Interesting, I’ve always thought of them as pink, yet they are so peach. Thank you for another wonderful learning experience!


  2. I am SO a peachy person! My heart sinks when I’m biting into what might be the last peach of the season. And the color is one of my favorites as you would soon see if you visited my kitchen — it’s not too intense in color, but I love it.


  3. I am not a fan of peach either (I like the fruit, just not the color), yet there are certain deep orange tones that are gloriously refreshing. Strange how that is, isn’t it?

    Love the pics!



  4. I had such a difficult time finding peach and after all my searching, I can’t say that mine is a very good match anyway! ha ha
    I love your flamingos … they match the color perfectly! What a cool bird!


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