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Welcome to the Lune Travels Blog. I'm Jill. Within this blog you will find 10 years of travel, camping, and family stories. There is still time to tell many more. Please enjoy, and thank you for reading Lune Travels.

spellbound - indigo

lndigo, deep purple, to luscious blue, to pale seaglasss green. Extracted from the indigo plant, it's been utilized from India to Japan for centuries to dye textiles and wool through a process of fermentation. This natural extraction process is still in use today, but modern dye methods are more often used to produce the many blues we see in mass produced garments such as denim today. 

I think indigo is one of the most beautiful natural colors, and seeing it's various results leaves me feeling perfectly spellbound.

visit indigo favs on flickr

This marks the first Spellbound of the year. I love curating this feature because it feels like there are an endless amount of things to feel just a bit spellbound about in this world. Don't you think? Visit past 'Spellbound Sundays" here.

Project Restyle

looking back at 2010