Hi, it’s Wolf Whistzer, with a greenygrey round-up of the big wide world of greenygreyness in the media. Princess Kate Middleton took some great greenygrey photos on her recent tour to south-east Asia, with a great big greenygrey creation myth moment our favourite (although it admittedly doesn’t look that greenygrey below!):
While on the International Business Times website viewing Kate Middleton’s photos I scooped some more companies using greenygrey to enhance their products @ HTC and Undertone. We don’t know anything else about those companies, with the use of greenygrey of course always free.
Brazilian Grand Prix
Also in the southern hemisphere, the Formula 1 motor-racing season came to a thrilling greenygrey end at the Brazilian Grand Prix. There was a feast of greenygreyness thanks to the colouring of the track, some atypical grey weather, the winner’s podium and a car manufacturer.
Here’s a taste of the track from the BBC website highlights:
And the Greenygrey was there to celebrate the end of the season Grand Prix, won by Jenson Button of GB driving for McLaren-Mercedes:
Sebastian Vettel of Germany won the season’s drivers’ championship driving for our ol’ friends Red Bull, which also won the constructors’ championship.
Mercedes’s greenygreyish car; on the boundary between green and turquoise; had a respectable season, with fifth place out of twelve constructors in the championship: