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One Word Photo Challenge: Taupe

Here is my entry for the One Word Photo Challenge with this week’s topic color of Taupe.  These photos are as close I could come up with.  ENJOY!

An old bench

An old bench

Latte cup

Latte cup

Weathered rock

Weathered rock

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  1. About taupe. I don’t think of it as a color of nature. To me, taupe is fabric. The beige that goes with black or brown or green. So I’m impressed that you could find that color in nature. I tend to typically find it on the L.L. Beane website 🙂 The bench is really cool.


  2. Lovely photos as always Cee. My favourite would have to be the weathered rock. There are so many details and I love the way the colours work together.


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