Aqua, As Found Art Color

Aqua Scarf
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A woman swirled around showing off the new scarf she had just purchased at one of the booths in the fair.


Aqua internal link As A Found Art Color   •  How Weird Street Fair internal link   •  Howard Street, San Francisco, California   •  (Photo taken 15:36:08 Sunday 7 May 2011)   •  (Photo posted Friday 1 July 2011)   •  © 2011 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #B11_4279
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Blue Palm Trees
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The pool at the Lomas Del Volcan Hotel in Cost Rica was painted a deep aqua color. In the evening, palm trees reflected in it appeared blue.


Aqua internal link As A Found Art Color   •  Lomas Del Volcan Hotel internal link Cost Rica   •  (Photo taken 16:54:06 Friday 12 September 2008)   •  (Photo posted Saturday 24 January 2009)   •  © 2009 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #TreeesReflectedLomasDelVolcanCostaRica_4017BCX
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Blue Fountain
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In the outdoor lobby of the Folgers Building was a small round fountain. The inside of that fountain was covered in aquq tiles.


Aqua internal link As A Found Art Color   •  Bryant Street, San Francisco, California   •  (Photo taken 15:01:26 Sunday 11 November 2007)   •  (Photo posted Friday 7 December 2007)   •  © 2007 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #FountainBryantSF_7384B
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