A Pop of Vibrancy

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Yellow.”

The right shade of yellow can be such a warm, cheerful hue, and this week’s Photo Challenge feels like a nice pop of brightness during the winter season.

I think it’s safe to say I’m missing the warmer summer weather since both of my photos today are from excursions during recent warmer months.

First up, a photo from the Denver Botanic Gardens where I was experimenting with aperture and got a shot I’m really pleased with.

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Secondly, a bit of chrome detail from one of the cars at the National Street Rod Association show.

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About Ali

I take pictures, make jewelry, read books, and bake things. I especially like macro photography and polymer clay.
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12 Responses to A Pop of Vibrancy

  1. Loving the yellow centers on your flowers. Gorgeous.

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  2. yogisaputro says:

    I can see you in reflection of car 🙂

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  4. Love that chrome.

    janet

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  6. quarksire says:

    Happy Holidaze 2 uy frum da’ Q 😎

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