Tuesday, June 21, 2011

summer solstice


Today marks the longest day, the Summer Solstice and I am loving this Noguchi print. I would love it in a white glossy frame on the shortest or longest day. Enjoy Summer in the Garden on the first fridays at the Noguchi Museam.
Have a super Summer Solstice day ahead.

14 comments:

Formerly known as Frau said...

It's here finally summer is here! Love the longest day ! Enjoy!

Joyce said...

I hope you too, have a wonderful Summer Solstice my friend! xo

Nessa said...

What a wonderful print. Makes me smile.

I love this day... you get to eek out all that you can of sunshine and summer.

julielorusso@gmail.com said...

Just realized today is my anniversary thanks to your post. Is getting married on the longest day of the year a sign or predictor of anything?......

pretty pink tulips said...

My favorite day of the year!!! :)

Emily said...

Love that color of orange. Have a good summery day!

I Dream Of said...

Happy solstice to you! Hope your day is full of light and joy. XO

quintessence said...

Oh me too!! Loving the orange of course!! Just loving all the light!!

home before dark said...

On summer solstice, I stop to remember the light how in this longest day winter begins, just in the winter solstice darkest day, the light begins to return. In my front garden, I set out candles as a tribute to this amazing shift and turn.

Mary Jo from TrustYourStyle said...

So beautiful. He is having a big retrospective here and I missed the opening, you are reminding me that I must get in to see it! Would love to see if you do frame that print!

xo Mary Jo

The Buzz Blog said...

That print could be the sun on the longest day of the year or the moon on the shortest... very "cool" either way!
xxoo

designchic said...

So excited Summer is here...love the print!!

Maria Killam said...

The longest day of summer and it's really the 2nd day of summer for us here in Vancouver. Man we are so deprived of sun!! Love the orange!

SnackQueen said...

I used to work for the Noguchi museum way way before they moved to the new location.