7 on 7 is a photographic blog circle of friends posting 7 photos on the 7th of the month. Grab a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and walk through our circle with us. It will do your heart and soul some good.
This week I took myself to a new exhibition in Houston called Color Factory which is collaborative exhibition of colorful fun. The first Color Factory was in San Francisco a couple years ago, and there is currently a version of it running in New York City.
The exhibit is tightly run and tickets are time stamped. While you can go through at your own pace, the limited and timed tickets definitely make for a better experience as most of the exhibits are interactive. You’re not just experiencing the sight of color, but all the senses are involved. There was music in every exhibit and they gave us treats along the way. Now we’re talking.
There was also a giant ball pit of white balls in a dark room put together with the help of NASA. And a room where you faced a partner and had to describe them using color for their moods and what you thought their favorite color was. And also a room where you got to color on the walls with giant markers. And I know, that was way more than 7, but it could have been 70 because this was such a delightful morning for me.
Please continue around our circle where up next we have Cristy Cross‘s great advice for getting your family portraits done. Good stuff!