Red is such a very photogenic colour. It looks great against snow and ice.
And makes a vibrant focal point for a colour-popped black and white.
We love red over here, on our buses, phone boxes, and postboxes.
It is the colour of earth, from the slopes of Kauai’s Waimea Canyon…
…to the raw power of the mighty Kilauea.
It is the colour of fire, and those who fight it.
But it is also a colour flowers use to lure bees,
the colour of a robin’s breast,
and of Christmas.
From a boat on Lindisfarne’s fair and ancient shore,
to the far more ancient walls of Egypt,
and the roof of a Quebec church,
red is all around us.
It is the colour of our very life’s blood,
and of remembrance.
Lovely photo essay! Perfect!
Thank you very much, Steve.
Enjoyed this series, Rachael – and that rowboat got my heart thumpin’. Where exactly are those cliff dwellings? I visited the Gila ones in 1993.
Thanks. They are at Betatakin, in Utah.
Beautiful! The fact that red is my all time favourite colour is not making me bias in my judgement 😉
Thanks, Jaina. 🙂
and spiderman wears Red! 😀 😛
ps: we have the same theme btw! 🙂
How could I forget Spidey!
A most excellent post Rachael
Thanks, Helen. Glad you like it 🙂