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Bright, Neon-colored Buoys
Provincetown Art Gallery Window
Loooong Weekend : In and Around Provincetown
Toronto to Cape Cod
If you don't stop to appreciate things around you, you might lose the beauty in the details.
This is the reason why we not just stopped inside the many Art Galleries strewn in Provincetown (the better ones are actually on the West end of Commercial St - and less pricey too). We not only admired the work but also talked to the artists themselves.
I happen to even talk to a photographer and had tips to improve my "amateurish-hobby". It was both a treat and a memorable experience for me to even be around the artists.
You will not miss this restaurant shack full of buoys in Provincetown.
Provincetown is not just full of boys, but buoys too. :)
If you look closer at the doll garden, you'd discover that Barbie and Ken aren't together, rather it's Ken and Ken. :p
The last couple of days have been a test into our color fastidiousness.
We're into the last 40 days before the move, and excited is becoming our middle name.
Last Saturday, we were picking furniture and hardwood floor colors to match our chosen wall colors. It happened that we had to choose another set of wall colors to match our chosen furniture and hardwood floor. Haha.
The process has also allowed us to see how different our tastes are in color, or maybe how the same they are. Whatever happens all this detailing with colors has been a great exercise.