CFFC: Different Shades

This week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is all about one color. Hmm a bit tough but let’s see what I can come up with and what all I can get away with 😉

MistThe mist blows in wiping out all color from the picturesque scene

SkyHey look! The mist clears to reveal the blue sky – okay fine blue & white.

PondyThere! That one color enough for you? You can’t even make out where the sky ends and the sea begins 🙂 What? Green and the white disqualifies the photo? Darn it…

Blue seaToeing the line, here’s just a bit of the blue sea 😀

CoralView of the corals in the sea through a glass-bottomed boat

SeagreenAnother cropped up view of the sea just for the challenge. Is the sea green because of the corals or vice versa?

InkyThis is one of my personal favorite photos taken while traveling between islands at Andaman and Nicobar Islands – unedited.

MehendiThe bride to be decorates her hands with mehendi – just before she dons the colors of her husband’s life and family.

TreetopsGreen tree tops

 

 

The grand finale – amaltas in full bloom just before they bid adieu for the season.

And it is time for me to say goodbye too – thanks for visiting and leaving me a note 🙂

For readers of Moonshine, here's Chapter 143

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26 thoughts on “CFFC: Different Shades”

  1. Amazing photos all round. So vivid colours and I love the blue. So much blue sky and sea is always so pleasant to the eye. Were the other blue skies in India? The amaltas look so beautiful… I hope they have had a good season. They will be back at some point 😀

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    1. In this collection all photos were taken in India. Yep the amaltas are gorgeous but the best time to see them in their full golden glory is at noon with the sun beating down on your head – tough to appreciate Mother Nature’s beauty then except if you are in an AC car 😀 Oh they will be back for sure – like you will (I hope!) 🙂

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