Life in Colour: Orange

Life in Colour

This month we will be looking for Orange. One of the most vibrant colours, orange is zingy and fresh. It’s a warm colour, friendly and inviting. Soft at dawn, but louder at sunset. From the palest of peaches and apricots through to copper, rust, salmon-pink and terracotta, the range of orange shades in the natural world is phenomenal.

Orange boat- Mauritius
A plane – in South Africa painted brightly orange
Canoes on the beach – Mauritius
Orange Car

DO YOU HAVE ANY ORANGE TRANSPORT?

PPAC: #18

Marsha Ingrao from Always Write blog and Cee Neuner are co-hosting challenge to bring together two very different aspects of seeing the world. Marsha loves to tell stories about her photos. and Cee loves to let her photos tell the story. They will take turns every other week exploring art in public places.

Mambo Sculptures in Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

What PPAC is all about.

Public art is which encompasses any form of art you see in a public place, large or small, statues, murals, graffiti, gardens, Christmas lights, even buildings or bridges. The art should be visible from streets, sidewalks or outdoor public places.

  • Seasonal Displays
  • Graffiti
  • Statues and Sculptures
  • Collections
  • Store Windows
  • Murals
  • Transportation
  • Car Shows
  • Artistic Construction (Bridge, benches and buildings)
  • Wall Art

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge -#169- The Ordinary

I.J Khanewala is our host this week for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge .

Home” is more than where we sleep at night. It is a place that is familiar and comforting, and it gives us a sense of belonging. Home is what and who is the local ordinary— the places and people we know by heart.

Wild flowers
Langebaan Lagoon
My garden
Reflections on the water – Club Mykonos Marina, Langebaan
New visitors to my garden….if you look carefully you will see two
Draaihoek Beach
Silver Falcon
Southern Double-Collared Sunbird in my garden

Life in Colour: Orange

Life in Colour

This month we will be looking for Orange. One of the most vibrant colours, orange is zingy and fresh. It’s a warm colour, friendly and inviting. Soft at dawn, but louder at sunset. From the palest of peaches and apricots through to copper, rust, salmon-pink and terracotta, the range of orange shades in the natural world is phenomenal.

Orange birthday party

HAVE YOU SEEN ANY UNUSUAL ORANGES?

A Photo a Week Challenge: Ancient

nancymerrillphotography

Pataka Stone storehouse

Te Wairoa, also known as The Buried Village is located close to the shore of Lake Tarawera in New Zealand’s North Island. It was a Māori and European settlement where visitors would stay on their way to visit the Pink and White Terraces. The village was destroyed by the eruption of the volcano Mount Tarawera on June 10, 1886. At least 100 people died in the eruption, many of them in other villages closer to the volcano.

PPAC: #17

Marsha Ingrao from Always Write blog and Cee Neuner are co-hosting challenge to bring together two very different aspects of seeing the world. Marsha loves to tell stories about her photos. and Cee loves to let her photos tell the story. They will take turns every other week exploring art in public places.

Statue at Art on Church in Stellenbosch

What PPAC is all about.

Public art is which encompasses any form of art you see in a public place, large or small, statues, murals, graffiti, gardens, Christmas lights, even buildings or bridges. The art should be visible from streets, sidewalks or outdoor public places.

  • Seasonal Displays
  • Graffiti
  • Statues and Sculptures
  • Collections
  • Store Windows
  • Murals
  • Transportation
  • Car Shows
  • Artistic Construction (Bridge, benches and buildings)
  • Wall Art