Here’s a gallery of images I have posted previously that have varying shades of orange – one of my favourite colours 😀
Hope you like them; it’s time for some ochre overload!
I posted this a long while ago – when I had just started blogging! I took it on the first sunset while holidaying in Paris with my Parents; just one of many magical moments!
Sunset from the balcony of my still relatively new home – a sweet little flat I share with my brother. We’re happy to be there with views like this!!
Another photo I took on my camp around Australian roadsides; this isn’t any special land-mark, I just thought it made a very striking view!
This one is so unmistakably Australian – I took it at one of the stops we made on our round-Australia school camp. It was incredibly humbling just how expansive and isolated the places we went were – not a soul for hundreds of kilometres.
This was just a building on the side of the road in Paris, but all of them had such lovely windows that glowed when the sun came out. This one looked particularly awesome so I snapped it!
Another Kalbarri holiday happy snap – these rocks looked to me like some freaky creature growing out of the ground, so naturally I had to take a picture. It’s a very orange colour palette, but what can you do – this is dear old Australia!
I will never forget the gorge-climb we went on in Kalbarri because we saw so many things that just scream “WELCOME TO AUSTRALIA” – like this natural formation that would make a pretty darn fine auditorium – it was super glarey when I took this (hence the blue colour bleeding in on the rock edge) but that just made the whole thing fell more perfect. Bright blue sky, check. Ragged rock faces, check. Red tones and fine orange dust, check. All we needed was a jolly swagman and all the Aussie stereotypes would have been met.
Parisian streets are all so narrow – you can never see around the corner when you look down them, which gives them a certain mysterious allure. I thought so anyway – hence I took a multitude of street pictures while on holiday there! Another shot with my trusty Fujifilm finepix, which may not be the tool of pros but certainly does the trick for me. 🙂
These flowers at Mundaring Weir (Western Australia) were so pretty I had to take a photo – in fact I had to take several! This one was originally so faded in term of colour that I took the liberty of editing what were pink flowers into orange ones.
This here ducky was swimming around in a Melbourne pond the last time I went on holiday there. I thought he looked so majestic with those water-drop diamonds on his feathers. My internet-consciousness says maybe I should have edited a crown onto his little head …good taste dictates that is wrong. I restrained myself…this time.
One little duck in France was having a wonderful swim in this golden pond – we don’t really get an autumnal leaf-change here in Australia so the novelty of the bright orange leaves along with the sheer simplicity of the image sparked my aesthetic senses!