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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Letter S – Colors that start with the Letter S

This week is Letter S – Colors that start with the Letter S (sepia, sea green, silver, sky blue, saffron, salmon, scarlet, steel blue).   Let’s see how creative you can we can be on this challenge.  Have fun with this week’s challenge.

You can always use adjectives and adverbs with a specific topic just make sure you give us the word that fits the requirements of this challenge.  Feel free to use your native language as your inspiration for this challenge, just please give us the word in your language and the english translation.  Use your imagination for this theme.  The thing is to have a lot of fun with this challenge.

Go through your photo archives and see what photos you have that fits the current week’s challenge, or better yet grab you camera and take a new photo! ENJOY and have FUN.

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My Entry for the Week

Street car in Portland, Oregon sepia toned.

Rock and sea green colored vegetation (maybe a dusty miller of some sort).

This photo the color was not changed.  This car was actually silver and the fence was too.

Lots of controversy over the color saffron, these tulips definitely show off all the variations.

This primrose is a beautiful scarlet color.Qi (energy) hugs,

Cee

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  2. wow! I thought the car was a black and white at first until you pointed out that was it’s real color. then I noticed the license plate. very cool.

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  3. I think (but it’s hard to tell from a picture) that plant is a type of aloe, what we call “dune aloe,” but it has another more official name. It grows in the sands and dunes along the ocean. I used to grow some in the house and it works pretty much like aloe vera, but the leaves are a lot smaller.

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  4. Wonderful idea, Cee. I have tulips too, saffron coloured, too – but the saffron I found was VERY yellow, quite unlike your saffron. Whatever, your tulips are gorgeous!

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  5. Saffron, yes, the trickiest somehow. Lovely challenge though, I love it, and beautiful photos for it, Cee. I love the tulips, a dream… beyond green! Thank you for such a colorful idea for a challenge. 🙂

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