Pink

For One Word Sunday this week, Debbie challenged us to come up with pink in our images. Can’t do that, I thought, but a quick search in my archives gave a different answer! So here goes, with some Street Art, some pink doors and a pink clad female.

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30 comments

  1. Great finds in your pink archives, Sue. That little piggy isn’t so little. 🙂

  2. Challenge, nailed, Sue. And I love that street art.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Galleries! Fun! Don’t be getting up to any mischief when I’m not around. 🙂 🙂

  4. And Hitchcock framed in pink too. Marvellous.

  5. Very cute! Loving this gallery 🙂

  6. Lovely pink shots Sue!

  7. Well done Sue! I’d have been happy with flowers, but this is more exciting. I love those pink doors, and I know that pig rather well!
    Thats for hunting these out

    • Sue

      Is that pig still there? Street art changes so rapidly in some areas

      • Now you ask, I think they have gone – the building has changed ownership / “leaseship” and I think the art outside has gone a little more whacky. It’s a street I used to go to regularly for business meetings, but haven’t been for a while now. For me, the pigs are well established in my view of the street.

      • Sue

        But as we know, nothing lasts for long…..

  8. Pink doesn’t spring to mind when I think of you, but you made it!

    • Sue

      You are right regarding me and pink! A colour I rarely wear, and it has to be a greyish pink….and I don’t see myself as a ‘pink’ person at all

  9. Oh good, you are back 🙂

  10. You really are in the pink… well done…

  11. Some very quirky pinks in your repertoire Sue.

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