Life in Colour: August – Red

In August’s Life in Colour Photo Challenge, we are searching for shades of Red.

One of the primary colours, red often indicates danger. It is pure energy, loud, demanding to be seen. Think of a red ladybird, a red rose, autumn leaves and a sunset. Passion. A heart.

15 responses to “Life in Colour: August – Red”

  1. Such a fun, bright, and engaging group of reds 🙂

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  2. What a wonderful collection of colourful travel photos, Jess! The last photo caught my eye right away – what kind of a dessert is it? It looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing and have a nice day 🙂 Aiva xx

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    1. That is a funnel cake, a popular carnival dessert in North America. Made of deep fried batter topped with whipped cream, powdered sugar, and strawberries. 😛

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      1. O my goodness, sounds like a my type of dessert 😊

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  3. Great choices. I love the red sun and the fruits.

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  4. Beautiful photos … red is definitely a vibrant colour and catches the eye!

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  5. What a great collection 😊! I especially like your flower photos. Did you actually eat this octopus stick in Japan (?) and what was it like ?

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    1. Yes, I ate that octopus on a stick from Nishiki Market in Kyoto! The head was filled with hardboiled egg and it tasted quite good. 🙂

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  6. This is a beautiful collection of photos. Well done getting the red sun. I tried to capture a blood red moon (from the Canadian wildfires – thanks a lot, Jess 😉 ) last week, but they stank so I deleted them. 🙂

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    1. Thank you! I was only able to get that photo of the sun using my camera with 20x zoom. 🙂 It was taken in northern Thailand during their burning season.

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  7. another wonderful collection of photos

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