I have mentioned that I was a little late in discovering Project 64. I didn't find the website until the tail end of week 6. The folks over there decided that they were going to have a 'catch up' post. I combed my archives and managed to find some shots that contain the colors I missed. So I will have a complete box of crayons when I'm done.
Week 1--Yellow Green
Week 2--Carnation Pink
This photo was taken in September. My daughter and I were riding what serves as a ski lift during the winter season gave us a nice ride up the mountain over Labor Day weekend.
We went to the Big E in September, which is New England's version of the county or state fair. This was a painted pumpkin in the Rhode Island state building.
Week 4--Robin's Egg Blue
My daughter's school celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday a few weeks ago; they were a bit early, as I know his birthday is actually this week.
Week 6 was the week I discovered Project 64. I only had a few hours to submit an apricot photo, so I submitted this one. I have three kids, ages 2.5, 4.5 and 7, and each one decorated a gingerbread man for Christmas. I love how you can see how the decorating skills progress with each age.
This was last week's submission. This was taken the correct week serendipitously, as I hadn't yet discovered the Project 64 website.
This week's submission. The first photo taken specifically for a Project 64 challenge.