Weekly Photo Challenge: Color

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Color in the kitchen is how I had to reign in an overwhelming urge to run amok with this week’s challenge.

“I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for” ~Georgia O’Keeffe

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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38 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Color

  1. Madhu says:

    Fabulous colours! So envious of the gorgeous pottery that you have inherited πŸ™‚

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thank you Madhu. I love anything pottery, the pieces I have are such sentimental ones. I’ll be going to Mexico in late fall and I am already devising schemes on how to tuck new pottery finds into my suitcase without my husband catching on to all the pottery purchases πŸ™‚

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  2. Beautiful! Now I am hungry.

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  3. Peter S says:

    Nice group of photos! I like how each one compliments the rest.

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks Peter. I just recently took the photo of the eggplant and tomatoes, and then I started looking through my files and found the other photos I used in this post. The colors just jumped out at me. Thanks for stopping to comment.

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  4. Now I’m hungry!!! Great choices for the challenge, Angeline!

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  5. Amar Naik says:

    i too thought of natural colors in a different way. nice click

    http://amarnaik.wordpress.com/2013/04/06/weekly-photo-challenge-color

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  6. ilargia64 says:

    Hummmmm….I remember once I read a book by Oliver Sacks..He is a neurologist who writes very interesting books..One of the stories was about a man that could not see colours…And the bad part was when trying to eat…Because everything was in grey and black and white…
    I think Georgia OΒ΄Keeffe is very right…Specially when talking about food…!
    I love to see the colours of the vegetables, and love to mix them on big salads…
    Great pics!!!

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    • Angeline M says:

      I’ll have to check out Oliver Sacks, he sounds interesting. Not being able to see color would be such a loss, and it does so impact eating.
      I just looked out the window at my back garden and can’t imagine not being able to see all the color. Thanks Ilargia, hope you have a good week.

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  7. ChgoJohn says:

    A well-stocked market or vendor’s stall, filled with fruits and vegetables is such a treat for the eyes. Your photos are a reminder why. Nicely done, Angeline.

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  8. Paula says:

    Colours sure have their power :). A lovely post, Angeline!

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  9. Jo Bryant says:

    look at all that scrummy food…I like how you paint Angeline…no…I love it

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  10. Lovely colours and photos! πŸ™‚

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  11. scrapydo says:

    Very bright and colorful for sure! Love it.:)

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  12. ah! they are all lovely! the colors are lovely and all would make nice paintings! z

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  13. The vibrant colours of fresh fruit and vegetables – with a few Mexican pottery pieces thrown in the mix – is so enticing, Angeline, I suppose because you don’t just see them, you taste, smell and feel them too! Great response πŸ™‚

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  14. Vivid and voluptuous!

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  15. loganbruin says:

    Thank goodness you put some grapes in there, otherwise I would starve. . . hmmmm, gonna go get some grapes now. . .

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  16. Imelda says:

    What bright and intense colors, Angeline. The kitchen is indeed full of colors. πŸ™‚

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