ver·di·gris [vur-di-grees, -gris] noun: a green or bluish patina formed on copper, brass, or bronze surfaces exposed to the atmosphere for long periods of time, consisting principally of basic copper sulfate. (from Dictionary.com)
I took my mom to Blenheim Palace today, and as we wandered around the grounds of one of England’s prized treasure houses, I noticed the green patina gracing many of the metallic surfaces. That got me digging through the rest of my photos from our travels throughout the UK in the past eighteen months, looking for more verdigris.
April 26, 2013 at 11:02 AM
These are just beautiful. I especially like the sculpture reaching up to the heavens in front of a dark blue sea. I love traveling through your eyes!
April 26, 2013 at 9:18 PM
Love the pictures and the stories!!