Who says Polka Dots and Stripes don’t go together?

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LionFish             The Lion Fish shows us how to do it.

This is an image I made while at the Monterey Bay Aquarium last Saturday. I think he looks lovely in this royal blue watery background. I am going to look for these patterns, and colors to add to my wardrobe this summer.

Nikon D700| AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.8@ f4| 1/320s| ISO 2000| Matrix Metering| Hand-held



5 thoughts on “Who says Polka Dots and Stripes don’t go together?

    1. LOL! Thanks Harold! I won’t dare to be so bold as the LionFish, but a touch of his patterns here and there would be neat.

      Are you guys home now? Getting settled in the house and loving all the space? 🙂

      1. Hi Deborah; we finally arrived home earlier on in the week and must say we had a very good time. We saw lots of great country with much of it very different than what we would normally experience. It does feel good being back home and this is my favorite time of year. It will probably be some time before we are truly settled since we are in a smaller house, the house is bulging at the seams and we still have a lot of stuff stored at our son’s places. Every day we seem to make at least a little headway.

        1. Glad you made it home safely and had a great winter trip.
          I know how you’re feeling about “bursting the seams of your house”. Me too! I’ve been downsizing, but it’s slow going. 🙂

          1. Downsizing is not always easy to do, we had tried a few times before we moved but fell well short of the mark. We even had a couple of garage sales and threw a lot out as well, but we will get there somehow. Good luck on yours.

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