It’s been a while since I published a colour post, so it’s that time again. For this post I am sharing my red travel photos from around the world 🙂
Red is generally a warm and positive colour as well as being associated with energy, love and passion. Red is also said to be energising and to provide confidence during moments of shyness. However, too much red can mean anger and irritation. In Chinese culture, red means luck which is why traditionally, Chinese brides wore red. In India, brides also often wear red as it is a symbol of purity.
Red stalks in London, EnglandThe red of Chilean flags against a beautiful backdrop in Middle ChileChildren dressed in red in Siem Reap, Cambodia Red tea in Covent Garden, London, EnglandA pomegranate bursting open in Peñaflor, Chile All dressed in red in Chitwan, Nepal Buddhist chanting in Bodh Gaya, India A single red heart in Valle del Elqui, Chile The sweetest red pomegranates in a Christmas salad, London, EnglandRed bird street art in Valparaiso, Chile Close-up petals at Kew Gardens, London, EnglandThe most amazing autumn leaves in Blackheath, London, England A red Chinese umbrella amongst the crowds at Rio Carnival, BrazilA line of telephone boxes and a sad looking statue in London, EnglandA red fence leading to more beauty in Buenos Aires, Argentina Experimenting with food dye when cooking pancakes in Dublin, IrelandRed flags against blue sky in La Serena, ChileRed street art in Shoreditch, London, England
What do you think of when you think of the colour red?
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