Anne of Slow Shutter Speed has us thinking about how we use colour in our photographs. I do love to see bright colours in nature – very uplifting:
This image was taken over three decades ago in Provence, because I was looking for old buildings in the countryside, and when I found one, it was amidst a whole variety of colours:
Sometimes a nice muted colour palette is quite calming…heres some rust on a faded door:
and here’s some rather more bold rust:
Just one, muted colour…this time rather sombre, but is that the subject matter, rather than the colour?:
Now for a pop of red, selective colour on a monochrome background:
And to finish off, some bright umbrellas to lift our mood:
Linke d to lens artists at Anne’s here
I nice selection, Sue. The old one from Provence has a wonderful mix of colour.
Best wishes, Pete.
I’ve always loved that image, but wished I’d had a telephoto lens and made more of the top part of the image!
Awesome response to this challenge Sue! I loved how you used color differently in each image, and those umbrellas were fantastic.
Thank you, Anne! Those umbrellas were seen in Turkey a few years ago, I loved them
A lovely bright selection.
The Provence one looks like an Impressionist painting. Lovely.
I adore your expression in color photos. 😀 😀
Thank you, Cee….I do love monochrome, but at the moment it seems to be all about colour
A nice mood to these, Sue. I especially like first and last.
Ah, the most colou.rful!
If you say so, Jo!
Lovely images, Sue.
Many thanks, Marsha! Pleased you liked them 😊
Thank you, Manja!
Nice selections, Sue. I particularly love the umbrellas.
Ah, I loved those umbrellas! Such a splash of colour
Love them all but that Provence photo is so painting like…..excellent Sue 🙂
Thank you, Brian!
Love your collection, Sue – all of them. Great variety and a bright ending – perfect!
A sandwich…start bright and end bright!
All lovely, but I’m most drawn to the brightly coloured flowers at the beginning. So cheering!