14 thoughts on “MONTHLY COLOR CHALLENGE – SEPIA! – Marilyn Armstrong”

        1. Anyplace where there’s a lot of iron or copper in the ground. I know it’s also in our water. It’s why my hair is yellow, even though it oughta be white. And it leaves hard to remove lines on sinks and toilets.

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  1. We tend to think of Sepia as the shade of old or edited images, we rarely think of it as an actual colour. I love that you found something that reflects the natural Sepia shades without an edit, thank you Marilyn.

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    1. Lots of iron in the earth and water. It changes my hair color and makes all the white clothing just a little bit yellow. It’s not really BAD for us. Iron, whether you drink it or take it as a pill, is the same stuff anyway, but it does make the earth quite red.

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    1. I’m not sure what the stairway is made of. It could be wood, it might be stone. Probably wood — easier to work with. I didn’t walk up that far. The ground is VERY uneven and it’s easy to fall there even if you are carefully watching your feet.

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