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Orange crushed – Weekly Prompts – Orange

This weekend GC and SueW have chosen ‘Orange’ as the theme for their challenge.

“Orange is the color of the sun. It is vital and a good color generally, indicating thoughtfulness and consideration of others.”  Those are the thoughts of Edgar Cayce who was an American clairvoyant.

You do not need to be a seer to appreciate the fact that the color orange is a dynamic tint and that when you are surrounded by this life enhancing shade you begin to feel better about yourself and the world around you.

This is the color that my partner Susan and myself have decided to emphasize for the month of March. This is an almost impossible shade to not run into in your everyday life.

With this thought in mind we encourage you to offer us your own photographic interpretation of this warm dynamic color. —  gc

So what to choose?

The first a very orange weed, made slightly more orange for this challenge.

‘Orange weed’, Brynna, 2014.WPOrange

And for my second choice, we had woken up in the middle of the night, and gone up to the common to look at the night sky.  We found mostly mist and light pollution.

‘Orange pollution’, Brynna common, 2015.WPOrange2b

Ken

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Dark shots – One Word Sunday – Night

For this weeks One Word Sunday Challenge Debbie asks the following:

Welcome to One Word Sunday – over to all of you to join the challenge with your own night post.

So here are a few submissions:

‘Camping’, The Dingle, Govilon, S.Wales, 2015.NightCamp

‘Warmth in the water’, St. Ives, Cornwall, 2014.NightStIves

‘Ice Cream for all’, St. Ives, Cornwall, 2014.NightStIves2

Moonlight over Porthminster and Carbis – Sunday Stills – Night

This week, while Terri Webster Schrandt continues her blogging break. Hugh is once again, hosting Sunday Stills.  This week he asks:

Write a brand new post and share your photos, stories, poetry, or thoughts, about the night.

So here is a photo from a recent trip to Cornwall, walking home after an evening in St. Ives.

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