Weekly Photo Challenge: Colour

Color. Splashed on the walls of cities, in batches of flowers in gardens, in the doodles of students, and on the palettes of artists, color is everywhere: it may represent our mood, and it can affect our mood. In photography, you can use a spectrum of colors to bring a place to life, or focus on a single shade to make a bold statement. Conversely, you can shoot in black-and-white or remove color in editing mode for a different effect.

So says Cherie Lucas over at http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/04/05/weekly-photo-challenge-color/ pop across and I’m sure you’ll see some amazing photos!

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66 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Colour

  1. Oh, what stunning colours Gilly. Love your photo’s. They are stunning! My favourite is the Red Poppies. Great post and entry hon! *hugs*

  2. It’s amazing how far photography has come and how crisp and exacting the pictures are today. These are all gorgeous but the poppies grabbed me even though other pictures have texture as well as colour.

  3. Great colours, I love the wool in the first picture, it reminds me of when my mum used to un-pick all of our old jumpers and wind the wool around the legs of an upturned chair, then tie them into hanks and wash them ready to be knitted up into multi-coloured jumpers of the next size up.
    Thanks for the memory jog ~ and the smiles which came with it. 🙂

  4. My eyes have enjoyed a beautiful array of bright and colorful items. The baby booties are adorable. I love when things are made from felt. The painting is awesome. And, the upbeat yarn makes me want to get my knitting needles out. Great post, Gilly ….. xoxoxo

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