Welcome to another Sunday Stills monthly color challenge! For me, the month of March symbolizes all things green.
Sunday Stills Monthly Color Challenge: Not Too #Jaded
What now? You know me and my attempt at writing clever blog post titles. This week’s color challenge is not JUST green, but JADE. See the example. Original Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com The example image of colors may help you with future monthly color challenges from March through June. I do adore the … Continue reading Sunday Stills Monthly Color Challenge: Not Too #Jaded
Sunday Stills Monthly Color Challenge: Spring #Green
Just in time to celebrate the spring equinox and last week's “wearin’ o’ the green” for St. Patrick’s Day, this week's Sunday Stills theme is all about the color green. Not just any green but “spring” green as seen below. Think of fresh, lively greens as dormant plants and trees open their sleepy blooms to … Continue reading Sunday Stills Monthly Color Challenge: Spring #Green
Sunday Stills: Up #Close and Personal to #Green
This week’s Sunday Stills Photo challenge has you getting THISCLOSE to something green! I always think of March being a “green” month what with St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th and all. We can expect spring to show its glory with colorful florals and wondrous greens! “If the subject you are photographing is small and … Continue reading Sunday Stills: Up #Close and Personal to #Green
Sunday Stills: Show Us Something #Green
Tis the season for showing us something green, if you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Even if you don’t, the color green is all around us. If you want to get creative, you can use and interpret green idioms as in “green with envy,” or “going green” (environmental). Show us your version of green!
End of Summer Monochrome
Monochromatic The theme of the weekly photo challenge is monochromatic. This is a photo of my Chinese Maple with morning September sunshine bringing out the various greens of the leaves. Here is a photo of the same Chinese Maple in all of its Autumnal glory (from last November).
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