Well, nature, easy. But let’s see what else we can find.
I had totally forgotten about this jewellers frog in Zittau 2 decades ago:
and these shutters in a derelict house in Craco Veccia ( believe you me, they are green)
Now for some green tiles seen in Borough Market, London:
And a strange bit of Street Art, seen in Shoreditch some years ago:
So that’s a few non-nature Greens!
Linked to Life in Colour at Jude’s here
Well done. Non-natural greens are currently out-facing me.
Thanks to Brian….You’ll get there….glass, crockery, paintings? Or food….courgette, spinach, cucumber…..
Oh don’t worry, it’ll happen. Just … not today
Cute frog prince! And the Shoreditch art is rather odd. The figures look 3D. Found some info about the artist: Iranian artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo, https://londoncallingblog.net/2015/02/11/iranian-artist-mehdi-ghadyanloo-hits-shoreditch/ with more details of this artwork.
Well done you…now I need to see if it is the same artist that Elke showed earlier….
Ah, and now you are back to being Sue!!
Love the frog!
I have some shorts just like those in the street art.
Froggy steals the show today though. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Very cool greens for this week and so varied 😀
We can thank Brian (Bushboy) for giving me some ideas!
Love the frog 🙂 🙂
The frog made me smile. Perfect post as St. Patrick’s Day approaches.
ooh good greens – yet to get my head around green. Still can’t sit for very long in one position so going through the archives is going to have to wait a day or two, likewise with the blog. Thank goodness I had prepared so many last week
Glad you like these…I was asked if the shutters were green….well, they were in an abandoned building, so weren’t a vibrant green!
green is green!
That frog looks incredibly decadent the way it is draped on the golden ball and holding out his pinky ring. Great green compilation!
Indeed! I always refer to him as Goldschmied Frosch….
Love your greens – and the street art is fabulous.
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Great collection Sue, but Froggy really captured my heart!
Teehee, he was cute