From this. . .
To this. . .
And a closer look. . .
It started with a 4-ounce bump of BFL roving from Stitchjones in her Bollywood colorway. Next came two 4-ounce bumps of her BFL roving in Delft (sorry, didn't take pictures of that roving).
I spun all that into three bobbins of singles and then plied them together to create the pretty 3-ply yarn you see. It's a nice aran weight, coming in at 10wpi, and there's about 290 yards of it.
It reminds me of Mountain Colors River Twist in the Missouri River colorway -- except theirs is 2-ply and mine is 3-ply (and I think mine is more colorful, too):
Now I have to decide to either knit with it or just gaze at it for a while.