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for Life in Colour: yellow

  1. Sue says:

    Interesting yellows!

  2. Heyjude says:

    That small boat has a big sail!

  3. Dan Antion says:

    These are great photos. The sailboat brings back some memories. Thanks, Janet.

  4. You had my attention with the first photo because that’s a beauty.

  5. Marsha says:

    You’re making me ready for summer. Do you sail? The sails make beautiful pictures. Can’t wait to get out in the water in a kayak.

  6. Jet Eliot says:

    Wonderful to see this yellow celebration today, Janet, thank you.

  7. Resa says:

    You remain undaunted with the yellow theme. I do like the yellow sail. I also like yellow cars. They stand out, and that makes them a bit safer. Are those mushrooms edible?
    Reminds me of a joke from grade school. What’s the only room a girl can’t go into?
    A mushroom!

    • 🙂 Those fungi (not sure they’re mushrooms) aren’t edible. Well, you can eat them but you would regret it. I like yellow cars too, as my VW was bright yellow. The yellow theme is over this week and a new color will take its place, although I don’t know if I’ll do it the entire month the way I did the yellows.

  8. Eha says:

    A perfect blue sky and a perfect flat blue sea seem such a perfect background to the orange and yellow ‘happy’ boat . . . nought but rare peace for a moment in time . . .

  9. Ju-Lyn says:

    Lovely series of yellows! My favourite is the jaunty sailboat!

  10. Love those bold color contrasts, particularly the sail boat. I remember those days from my childhood, bobbing about on the water without a care in the world… Sigh.

  11. de Wets Wild says:

    The people in the boat don’t look too frazzled at being all by themselves out on a big, lonely ocean in a tiny vessel… What a beautifully composed image that is, Janet – not to take anything away from the other two pictures, mind you..

  12. Su Leslie says:

    I love the shot of the little yacht; looks idyllic

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