Weekly Photo Challenge: Vibrant

There are very few opportunities for capturing anything vibrant in a Devon January, but I did have a day off today and a trip to Sidmouth. This pretty window attracted my attention, perhaps a dainty kind of vibrant.


On an autumn day out I spotted this on a building in Torbay.


These colourful windows were inside Castle Drogo, a National Trust property in Drewsteignton on the edge of Dartmoor.


I can’t miss flowers out when vibrant is the challenge can I? So here are two photos from Tavira, Portugal in September.




and Lantana!

Are you joining the challenge this week? If you’re in the tropics or Australia, it should be easier to go and find something vibrant this weekend, have fun what ever you do!


26 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Vibrant

  1. I know just where that bougainvillea is, Gilly 🙂 I’ll have to go and check on it next week. You surprised me rather because you often do just one photo for the challenges. I love that delicately coloured shop window, and the mural is fun too. Happy weekend, darlin’!

  2. Wonderful splashes of colour which are very welcome in the white and grey of winter Gilly….I especially love the Portuguese shot….so evocative of many holidays in and around that south west coast of Europe💕There you’ve got me dreaming of warmth and sun, and walking barefoot on hot terracotta tiles….✨

  3. I love the diversity of this post: true vibrancy in so many modes. Although I can’t love lantana unreservedly, I can love unreservedly all the others. (Just found a cluster of unrespondedto posts. Dunno where my head is.)

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