Green

It’s time to continue with my colour series that I started at the beginning of the year.  These are some of my favourite posts to put together as they make me look at my travel photos in a whole new way!  Today, everything is green.

Green is said to be a colour that represents calm, harmony, peace and balance.  It is also associated with growth, spring and renewal.  Green of course is also tied in with nature and also stability.  On the other hand, green can sometimes represent jealousy and possessiveness.

A spiky, green cactus in Isla Negra, Chile  DSC_0061

Green chillies to accompany lunch in Jaipur, IndiaDSC_0122.JPG

The London Eye peeking out from green in St James’ Park, London, EnglandDSC_0272.JPG

Carnival green in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Green outfits during a late night ceremony on The Ganges River, Varanasi, IndiaDSC_0054

Into the green on an open train in Battambang, CambodiaDSC_0001

Green street art in Marseille, FranceDSC00578Green stained glass in Rio de Janeiro, BrazilDSCF4520

Flat green fields during monsoon season in Chitwan, NepalDSC_0608A green postbox in Dublin, IrelandDSCF3609

Lush green in Oxford, England  DSC_1510

Directions in Kathmandu, NepalDSC_0267

Green means go in Berlin, Germany DSC01277

Sheep in the middle of green, Gloucester, EnglandDSC01425

Green in the sky in Budapest, HungaryDSCF0391

Looking down into the green, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Beautiful green shades in Isla del Sol, BoliviaDSCF3844

A famous green scene ~ Machu Picchu, PeruDSCF4103

Green Christmas lights using BokehIMG_8048

What does green make you think of?

Marcella xx

More colour posts:

Pink | Blue | Yellow | Multicoloured | White

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17 thoughts on “Green

  1. Ah the sheep…they are so cute!! Green makes me think of open fields and the time I studied in the UK (Lancaster) where I was surrounded by green scenery!

  2. What a great idea for a post. I love your collection of greens, especially the cactus and the chili-peppers. I have a thing for close-ups.

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