Salford, 18th may 2017
Mr Milnes tale , captured perfectly
In a moment
Notes of colour , delicately transferred onto
It’s material base
As models go, it sings the
Tale of the Hundred Acre Wood, in wonderful wonder
Uniquely created for a special store,
Reds through to Violets bring characters to life
Roy G. Biv
In response to the Roy.G.Biv Challenge on the Daily Post.
I’ve seen rainbows in the sky, but they’ve never been as vibrant as the ones in the Greengrocers shop window
Rich Red Strawberries – it amazes me how he can get them even in Winter, but they’re tasty with sugar and cream.
Oranges – I’ll eat these till they come out of my ears, but a zesty orange sets me up for the day.
Yellow Lemons – perfect for Lemon Dishes (of course) and an accompaniment for any cocktail drink.
Green Limes – the Lemons cousin, this is nice either in a Drink or a flavouring in a sponge cake – Like the Lemon, it needs a little sugar to cut through the sharpness
Blackcurrants – wonderful flavour – works marvels in a local drink with raspberries and grapes round my neck of the woods (Manchester, UK) – Vimto
Indigo – actually the colour of “RED” Grapes – nice in a fruit salad
and last but not least Violet – the colour of Damsons – which when in a jam turns rice pudding a lovely purple colour.