Pink

A couple of weeks ago I shared my yellow photos with you, and today I’m here with the pink instalment.  I’ve chosen a selection of photos from my travels that contain the colour pink.

Pink is often a colour a colour associated with romance, innocence and childhood.  Most often, pink is associated with femininity, however before the middle of the 20th century it was associated more with boys.

If your favourite colour is pink then you are said to be in touch with your feminine side.  You are also a kind and caring person, who is concerned with their appearance.

A single pink flower in the Gardens of the Horniman museum, London, UK.DSC02378

Salmon drying in Battambang, Cambodia.DSC_0047

Typical Aymara outfit, often used in the altiplano, seen in Santiago, Chile.DSC04829

Bright pink flowers in the gardens of The Royal Palace, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.DSC_0147

A pink sunset in London, UK.DSC02878

New Year fireworks in London, UK.DSC00196

Beautiful flowers in the bright sun in Peñaflor, Chile.DSC02583

Street art in Berlin, Germany.

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A scooter in Rome, Italy.DSC_0154

Art projected into a quarry, Les Baux de Provence, France.DSC_0013

Doors in Budapest, Hungary.DSC_0005

Puppets in Varanasi, India.DSC_0117 2

Pink origami cranes in London, UK.

DSC01870Floating candles in Varanasi, India.DSC_0019

What does pink make you think of?

Marcella xx

WhatAWonderfulWorld

16 thoughts on “Pink

  1. These are lovely!! I was totally going to do this a few months back, but there was too much other stuff that I had to blog about – it is still on my list though! I love creative, colourful challenges!

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