Cee has begun a series on colors for her Fun Foto Challenge, and this week the topic is orange.
When I think of orange flowers, marigolds, lilies, and zinnias come to mind.
There is also the fruit, as in this still life.
Another edible orange is the pumpkin.
And speaking of pumpkins, I’m reminded of Halloween.
Halloween takes place in autumn, and what can be more autumnal than trees bursting with color?
Beautiful sunsets almost always contain orange.
One year, I had my toenails painted orange! (Those are my toes on the left. My niece decided on black!)
Does this double couch look comfortable? I wonder how would people socialize with this back to back seating.
And there is always orange in art, in this case, glass art!
I’m joining in this challenge again, to contribute white buildings, and more, in Chicago!
View of white skyscrapers from Millennium Park:
And silver in Millennium Park – “Cloud Gate” sculpture (known by locals as “the Bean”)
This silver structure in Millennium Park…
…projects faces. There are actually two of these, with a shallow wading area in between them (the wading pool is only filled in warm weather – these photos were taken in October.).
A few more whites in Lincoln Park
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge has a great topic this week: Old vs New. In keeping with Cee’s order, the old is on the left, new is on the right.
Flowers: Black-eyed susans
Cats: my grandcats
Tall man-made structures (ancient Egypt, modern Chicago)
Big churches (Cologne Cathedral, Moody Bible Church)
Art (Rembrandt, Warhol)
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week has the topic of Bridges.