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Those boxes are super cool! Photos aren't too shabby, either.

Thank you! I'm not usually that artistic :-)

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Chesterfield is re-branded Diamine ink sold on xfountainpens.com. There are many theories as to which Diamine color corresponds to which Chesterfield ink, but I'm content saying that this is a very nice blue regardless of name.

 

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Today the inks I am using today are:

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Pelikan 140 EF | Pelikan 140 OBB | Pelikan M205 0.4mm stub | Pilot Custom Heritage 912 PO | Pilot Metropolitan M | TWSBI 580 EF | Waterman 52 1/2v

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That Iro Ama-Iro looks fantastic, SujiCorp12345! Really light feelings but appears saturated and mellow enough to use for every day tasks.

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Excellent! I'm a devoted Halloween fan, so I strongly approve of your choice!

 

But today, I am using Diamine Oxblood (also Halloween-y!) in a Duocraft pen with a 3-tined music nib. Very fun!

 

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Thank you! I'm not usually that artistic :-)

 

That thing on the bottom looks like the host plant should immediately be subjected to 2-4D, Trimec, or RoundUp. Looks highly invasive and capable of producing tons of seeds.

Imagination and memory are but one thing which for diverse reasons hath diverse names. -- T. Hobbes - Leviathan

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That thing on the bottom looks like the host plant should immediately be subjected to 2-4D, Trimec, or RoundUp. Looks highly invasive and capable of producing tons of seeds.

Ha ha :-)

 

It was in a bouquet I was given, so not gathered from my garden. It's Echinops bannaticus "Blue Globe" - they are quite common and aren't very invasive.

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Nagasawa Kobe Sumaura Seaside Blue! Love it.

 

The photo makes it look more green (at least on my computer) than the name suggests. Is it a blue-green or teal? Oh, and your handwriting looks amazingly beautiful!

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Thanks to everyone for the great suggestions and images! I just had to get a bottle of the Iroshizuku Ama-iro --it's just the right light blue that I've been looking for. I have a lot of turquoise, but I wanted a real "sky blue."

 

And the R&K Alt Goldgrün looks very intriguing! I may have to give that one a try!

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The photo makes it look more green (at least on my computer) than the name suggests. Is it a blue-green or teal? Oh, and your handwriting looks amazingly beautiful!

 

I want to say it's a green-grey-blue. Not quite blue, not quite green, and a very moody, subtle, dusty colour. Maybe a muted teal? :lol: Perhaps that particular sea has a lot of seaweed lurking beneath the surface. Thank you for your kind words about my writing! :)

Never pick a fight with people who buy ink by the barrel.

~ Mark Twain

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