I do love a photo challenge and I love Cee’s idea of hunting for joy! These photos are from my archive, but thought I’d share again. Here is my entry with a blast of cheerful colors to brighten the day!
Let’s joyfully color our world in any way we can!
Posted in response to Cee’s On The Hunt For Joy Challenge-Color Code
My basset hound, Pal, is a good boy. He knows how to follow commands like “down.” On this day, however, he was just resting his head and watching the neighbors.
I am posting this into Jennifer Nichole Wells’ Color Your World challenge-mahogany. The challenge just started today and there will be a new color everyday for 120 days. You don’t have to post each day, but you can! Let’s color our world in 2017! Happy New Year!
November Haiku (Magic)
Leaves changing color
Bold and bright against the sky
posted for the daily post weekly photo challenge: magic
This is also my Version 2 entry into Cardinal Guzman’s Changing Seasons Challenge. Check out his blog for other interpretations of the theme and think about joining us in the challenge! You can see my previous entries by clicking on the Changing Seasons header at the top of my page.
I found my kitchen to be the source for a gallery of Vibrant color for the Daily Post weekly photo challenge! Bright colors do seem to lift the spirits, don’t they?
Happy Weekend everyone!
Parking lot yellow sends a cautionary pop of color and brightens the grayness of a rainy day!
In a world otherwise devoid of color, I would treasure my kaleidoscope. Yes, it has more than one color. Held against the light, it shows a multitude of colors in ever-changing patterns. Colors tumble toward each other. Red, green, blue, yellow, pink, purple.
“What do those words mean?” someone unfamiliar with colors would ask.
How would I explain the boldness of red or the vibrancy of green? How would I explain the calmness of blue, the perkiness of yellow or the playfulness of pink. Words would hardly explain the richness of purple.
Would I share the vision? Or, would I choose to keep it to myself?
The colors would dull without the shared experience of them. The need to talk to someone about this dimension of the world would drive me to distraction. I would be unable to fully contain the secret.
My search for other kaleidoscope keepers would begin.
(My response to the daily prompt about a world with no color)