Weekly Photo Challenge: Color


Photos here are taken with my Nikon D3100, Kodak Easy Share C713, and my Sony Ericsson Xperia E10i.

This post is to join Weekly Photo Challenge: Color

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Blue

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This week the new theme of Weekly Photo Challenge is Blue.

I like the blue colour of the nature. So this time my entry for the blue theme is about the blue colour in nature and its gradation.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Blue

Glory-of-the-snow flower

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Mountain Pansy Flower

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Blue Pansy Flowers

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Bluebell Flowers (Hyacinth)

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Blue water and blue sky at night in West Kirby

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Dark Blue

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Blue Sky

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Blue water and blue sky

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The moon and gradation blue at sunset

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The very light blue color of the sky

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Blue sky with cloud during the sunset

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Sunset in the blue sky

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The moon and the blue sky at dawn

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The reflections of the blue sky in the windows

Objects in Sepia

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This is a special post for my friend, Campanulla Della Ana, who wants me to take some picture with my Kodak in sepia color in order to compare it with hers, A Forgotten Promise. 

I took these pictures without playing the Exposure Value (EV) deliberately. So the EV for these pictures are 0.0.

My objects in sepia

A node

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My objects in sepia

Lotus corniculatus or Bird’s-foot-trefoil

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My objects in sepia

A monument

 

Crocus Flowers are Welcoming Spring

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Freesia. Yes, this flower has wowed many friends of mine when I posted its picture on Facebook two days ago. Some of them asked me what that flower is called and whether they are a family of tulip. Unfortunately I couldn’t answer any of those question because I really didn’t know its name and family. I made a promise to find it out later at the supermarket since lots of plants seeds been selling due to the spring is coming. So I went to ASDA supermarket and finally found its seeds there and from now on I know what the flower is called! It is Freesia Crocus!

My Freesia Flowers

This image of mine that stood out among others

Soon after I came home I browsed on internet to find it out more about this flower.

My Freesia Flowers

White Freesia flowers. I called it Three Sweet Girls.

According to an article on eHow: What is the Meaning of Freesia Flower, this flower is native to Africa and named after Friedrich Heinrich Theodor Freese, a German physician.

My Freesia Flowers

Purple Freesia Flowers

This flower is a symbol of multiple sentiments such as friendship, innocence, thoughtfulness, perseverance and being high-spirited. Also this flower is one of the most fragrant flowers and so used in perfumes, bath oils, soaps, lotions, scented oil, etc.

My Freesia Flowers

A group of Mauve Freesia Flowers

 The pattern of this flower is known as ‘zygomorphic‘.

My Freesia Flowers

Its pattern known as ‘zygomorphic’

This flower is a sign to me that spring is already under way!

My Freesia Flowers

A Yellow Freesia Flower

*Camera: Kodak Easy Share C713