Life in Colour: March – Green

With a new month comes a new Life in Colour Photo Challenge theme. In March, we are looking at Green.

Green signals new life in spring, fresh green leaves, the shoots of new bulbs emerging from the soil. It is a cool and soothing colour, bringing us moisture and shade.

Landscape greens
Botanical greens
Edible greens
Woodsy greens
Art and architecture greens

38 responses to “Life in Colour: March – Green”

  1. Wow Jess! Lots of greenery in your archives! You have certainly travelled around. One or two I recognise. Love that mural, where did you see that!

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    1. The Mona Lisa mural was seen in Lima, Peru. Lots of great street art there!

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  2. Nice to see so much green since it’s still winter here!

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    1. Agree, the snow has melted here but it’s still cooooold! Can’t wait for spring.

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  3. I love all your green! Especially as we head to spring and it makes me happy to think of everything in bloom 🙂

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    1. Me too, can’t wait ’til spring! Winter is just brutal.

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  4. Green is my favorite color, and this post is very apropos for the upcoming spring season! Hope for some more warmth and good news on the horizon as we get through this year! Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos of nature. 🙂

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    1. Yes, it was nice to browse these photos to remind me of warmer days. It’s freezing here!

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  5. Luckily it’s no longer the Travel Challenge as I didn’t recognise many places, beautiful diversity.

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    1. Lots of greenery from travelling to warm places, but several of these are from Toronto!

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  6. We had 60 degrees today after several days in the mid-40s, so much of the grass has been revealed, but I wouldn’t call it “green” yet. Your pictures of green are much nicer to look at.

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    1. It’s balmy this week but we still have the dreaded “second winter” before spring finally arrives. Can’t wait!

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      1. For sure! Crossing my fingers for a late-April snow day. 😉

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  7. Wow, such a beautiful variety of greens! I very much loved photo with Indigenous art on the side of the building 🙂

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    1. Thank you! That Indigenous building was found on north Vancouver Island. I had the chance to go inside for a special event where they were preparing smoked salmon.

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  8. this post is enough to make one green with envy! 😉

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  9. Loved the yellow, love the green. I’m especially intrigued by the green coffee. Where did you spot the Mona Lisa graffiti?

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    1. Thank you! The Mona Lisa graffiti was seen in Lima, Peru.

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  10. Where is the first one on the right in the Woodsy Green section from with the boat and bridge and looks like jungle.? Looks amazing. They all look great thanks for sharing

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    1. That was in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. One of your favourite spots it seems!

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      1. Really no way. We are big fans of the Mekong its so beautiful. Would love to go back and do a lot more of it

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  11. I love this theme! Where is the place with the people on the wood frame above the water?

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    1. That is the Blue Lagoon in Vang Vieng, Laos 🙂

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  12. What an incredibly creative idea. Never appreciated ‘green’ like this before. Amazing photos.

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  13. Loving all these lush greens! You’ve inspired me to do my own Life in Colour photo challenge in March! Beautiful photos!

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    1. Looking forward to seeing yours!

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  14. I like the landscape series best. Beautiful vistas 🙂 🙂

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    1. Thank you for dropping by! Glad you enjoyed.

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  15. Beautiful photos! My favorite grouping is the edible greens.

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    1. Those ones bring back great memories of lots of delicious food, mostly in SE Asia 😛

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  16. What a great idea to divide your beautiful green photos into categories! I enjoyed the visual journey.💚

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    1. Thank you! It was fun curating this series.

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    You’ve been to some beautiful places, love all of the greenery! 🙂

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    1. Makes me really miss travelling!

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  18. Green landscapes are always refreshing to the eyes. I love your photos!

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