Nothing says beige quite like a stick bug on a piece of bark. Er, um, two stick bugs… This One Word Photo Challenge was difficult for me, I’m so attracted to saturated color that finding beige was indeed, a challenge. I wonder what others came up with? Advertisements
Persimmon. While technically they refer to this color as saffron in India, it is much closer to persimmon, especially new. This Siddha’s dhoti (long cloth that wraps like a skirt) is a little faded from the sun and age, I suspect.
I have met every color dragonfly there is, I think. But this Navy flyboy was something special. He flew so close to me that I thought for certain he would ride home with me on my head. Realizing my hair was not the nectar he was seeking, he alighted instead on this fluffy thistle – … More One Word Photo Challenge: Navy
So Livid, I have found out, not only describe extreme anger, but all the soothing, non-angry color of grey-blue. Lovely gray Buddha statue at the Amrit Yoga Institute. Find more Livid photos here.
Certainly the right color, not exactly the right flower. But I don’t think this pollen-drunk bee knows the difference either. To see other’s take on lavender click here.
In the mountains of Georgia there is a different light. The pine trees grow tall, shedding their needles as they climb. Light filters in casting a wide enough net to nourish small oak trees and other forest dwellers. Even on the brightest day the forest remains cooly guarded, unsure how much sun is too much. … More One Word Photo Challenge – Emerald
While relaxing under the protection of an umbrella on a particularly scorching hot Florida summer afternoon, this happened. The woman – who is my BRONZE – was walking up and down Cocoa Beach with a sign inviting people interested in the business of pot growing to a local seminar. Or, to be fair, “medical marijuana.” … More One Word Photo Challenge – Bronze
Long Island, Bahamas. There is nothing quite so aqua as this. One Word Photo Challenge: Aqua
Seating among resplendent natural beauty is a shiny silver Buddha. All around greenery grows wildly, color flowers pop, moss grows on established brick and there, peeking out from behind a plant, a glint of silver. This entry for the photo challenge was taken at the Amrit Yoga Institute in Salt Springs, Florida.
Daman, India. The juxtaposition of India. As we stayed in a beach front resort on the Arabian Sea, this little girl collected and hauled “treasures” back to her village. One Word Photo Challenge