For this post I returned to last July and August. Some shots are from the UK, others from Canada, all were taken because they glowed at me.
At the Flying Legends Airshow at Duxford Airbase near Cambridge, she stood out in the crowd. Kind of makes you understand why Gilbert Blythe called Anne of Green Gables ‘Carrots’.
Peacock Butterflies glow against the blue sky.
A walk down country lanes last August netted me this shot of a Jack in the Pulpit, free of its protective leaves and glowing against the orange of centuries old brick.
Wandering on Gallowtree Gate last July in Leicester, this artist’s work caught my attention.
The vivid colours of the tree caught my attention on a visit to Bracebridge, Ontario last summer.
The waiting area at Toronto Pearson International’s Terminal 1 is a showcase of light and colour.
Orange, the colour of the Solar Plexus Chakra and of creativity – one of the few words that doesn’t have an absolute rhyme and one of the most difficult colours to wear, it is unique and marvelous.
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“Orange you glad it’s photo challenge time?.”
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A Canucks Eye View
I'm a Canadian who loves our planet and the people living on it. I also love to travel and take pictures. I'd like to think I've improved a little, but am pretty sure there's room to be better.
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3 thoughts on “Oranges on Both Sides of the Pond”
These are wonderful shots – gave me goose bumps. My hair ‘use’ to be that color naturally, the butterflies and Jack in the Pulpit are beautiful, the chalk artist’s work is outstanding, and, of course, I like beautiful fall leaves and gorgeous lights. Great submission. 🙂
I’m glad you like them. Funny thing about the tree, it was early/mid August. That tree changed over a month early! LOL
I’ve just heard from a follower who has reminded me that orange is the colour of the Second Chakra, in the belly. I am sorry for the error.