Inspired by Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Yellow
I had never seen yellow zucchini squash…until I noticed these for sale at a Farmers’ Market in Washington, DC this past summer.
They didn’t look anything like the traditional yellow summer squash I was familiar with – a totally different shape!
Inspired by Lens-Artist Challenge #59: Angles
During a recent trip home from Washington DC we flew out of Reagan National Airport. The interior of Terminal B caught my eye as I walked from one end to the other before going to the gate. I was intrigued by the amount of artwork and use of the color yellow throughout the architecture. Perhaps for yellow’s calming effect?
Angles…everywhere! At every angle.
I took the first photo at one end of the very long hall looking up at the ceiling.
The second photo…pivoting to the right, facing the windows and blue sky.
It was a very picturesque day for flying.
Inspired by Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week: Yellow
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO FEATURING YELLOW.
Yellow brightens my day.
Forsythia bushes are my favorite yellow. We had two at our former home…one in each corner of the front yard next to the street. Mother’s Day gifts from my husband and kids. The spot for photos during the few weeks each Spring when they were in full bloom.
I often remember the forsythia from my childhood. It had also marked one corner of the front yard at the house I lived in until I was eleven. I think it actually belonged to the neighbor next door, but its massive branches stretched in all directions…providing the perfect backdrop for family photos of squirmy kids in their Easter finery.
This past Spring my husband and I planted a small forsythia on the edge of the condo property. Within sight of our living room windows.
We also planted a few daffodil bulbs last Fall. What a delight to see flashes of yellow once again…still brightening my days.
In need of something cheering during these endless rainy days…
Although I remember the bouquet this was in and the occasion it was for (Mother’s Day!)…I do not recall its name. Thoughts?
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