Storm Moon Colour Studies

I called February’s new moon ‘Rain Moon’.
March wind and rain storms were memorable so I called it ‘Storm Moon’.
The trees had responded to longer and warmer days.
Peeling Arbutus bark was drying and colours greyed.

New Cedar growth had shifted to a yellow-green.

There was less of a colour shift in the slower growing Douglas-fir.

Maple buds shifted from a red shade to a more pure red and chartreuse emerged.
I went through my threads to find the colours I had observed and stitched another band on each cloth.
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