Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You


Feeding on Colour

I’ve never been able to choose a favourite colour – I like them all too much. From the darkest through to the brightest, they are all represented throughout my wardrobe and always have been. And I wear them in combinations understandable only to my imagination and my mood … leading to some interesting outfits over the years.

My mother has told me that I dress “like a clown” and I once had an outfit that made my Aunt Jan take me aside and tell me straight that she would not be able to acknowledge me if we met in public whilst I was wearing it (tee-hee).

So this week’s challenge of sharing ‘a photograph with a prominent colour (or assortment of colours) that reveals more about you’ proved to be a challenge. And so I share with you what I consider to be “my colours”; which have been a recurring pattern throughout my life.

I call it “yellow into red” because it is the simplest description: a progression between red, orange and yellow – where the bleeding of the colours is visible.

The three colours represent my physical self, my psychological self and my spiritual self; with the proportion of each colour dependent on circumstance and situation. They are a surprising combination, bold and reactive to light, and hold elements of joy, movement and warning. And just like me, they are an acquired taste.
You can see how other bloggers responded to the challenge at The Daily Post.


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AUTHOR: I am might war. I have a love of music, the written word, travel, Anime, polar bears, people and “sticking and colouring”.

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