On the Hunt for Joy: Shades & Hues

Cee’s On the Hunt for Joy challenge continues with this week’s topic: color code.

She says: This one is all about color and keeping the same color or hues together. Tip from Ingrid Fetell Lee: Color-code: Organizing by color brings instant harmony to your bookshelf or your closet.

The best photos I’ve taken that are a variation of hues come from nature:

Shades of brown in a cavern (Arizona)
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Beiges in a desert landscape (Masada, Israel)
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Green cacti & succulents (Chicago Botanic Gardens)
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Greens in a park (Point Defiance Park, Tacoma, WA)
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Pinks in a cluster of roses (Point Defiance Park, Tacoma)
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Green landscape on the slope of Ngorongoro Crater (Tanzania)
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There are also manmade hues:
Brown stones and jug (Masada, Israel)
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Red theater chairs & floor in the same cave as the first photo (Arizona)
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Shades of cream and brown almost camouflage this gold and tan angel next to a house in Des Plaines, IL
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Gray & Silver: This monochromatic photo was a mistake – an overexposure of sailboats on the Mediterranean Sea (Caesarea Maritima, Israel). It has not been doctored nor altered in any way – both the sky and the sea were actually very blue.
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