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Share Your World

What color do you feel most comfortable wearing?
White, mostly bright colors. Dark as deep shade of red, like bordo, burgundy, wine, warm embrace colors. I can’t explain, but very dark colors make me feels being enclosed claustrophobic. 🙂

What is your favorite type of dog? (can be anything from a specific breed, a stuffed animal or character in a movie)
Dog with owner. Are you are afraid of street dogs, like me? 🙂 I don’t have favorite type of dog. Hachiko from the movie “Hachi – A dog’s Tale”. I like movies with dogs, cats, animals. If I had house with yard I would like to have cat and dog to grow up together, but type of big dog not small.

List at least five favorite flowers or plants.
I adore flowers! I love all flowers. I see beauty even in faded flowers. Lately my favorite are flowers that are photogenic 🙂 All flowers are beautiful, but not all are easy to photograph. Violas are pretty and make lovely photos so easy.

Violas, violets, lilac, roses, sunflowers, lavenders…

What inspired you this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.
As usual – nature can be so inspirational, especially when viewing nature from unusual or different perspectives. If you’re missing a spark of creative inspiration, take a walk in near park, forest, by the sea, river..
Have a nice week 🙂

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