I gotta go out soon (Spouse wants to go to town) so here’s a couple of basic snaps for you—



oh, indeed. The sort of vibes you have to be there and feel in person to appreciate.

So moving along now (hurry, hurry, hurry—what is it with the modern woman?) here’s a vibrant mushie—

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—get used to it, there’s millions more coming on stream (mushies, not snaps). Gonna be a hard winter here, I think …


something completely different (and other than a wee bit of cropping, completely unenhanced and unretouched)—

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—and colours just don’t come no more vibranter than that~! Boom boom!

Then again, perhaps last autumn’s leafs do … did. Were. Whatever; feast your ocular colour receptors on these babies—

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—or continuing with my idea that yellow is more vibrant than anyone, here’s a nice fuzzy fellow with a warm heart—

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—and I now really must rush. If only there were some way I could put into a post the vibrant feelings I get when she looks at me like that—as if it were my fault that the theme of the week is Vibrant. Ohhhhh, heck with it — here’s one more snap, I’ve been working on it and haven’t yet figured out how to squash a long skinny shot into a short fat berth on a page—

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—but if you click on it you may just get a nice big one—this is one of those times when big definitely is better. Good luck~!





5 thoughts on “WPC: VIBRANT 3

  1. Apologies, I meant to launch this first thing and she discombobulated me so much (rush rush rush) I only remembered it now I’m home. And now to see if those snaps are working as links … don’t wait up 🙂

  2. With regards to your links, I’m guessing that’s why I couldn’t blow your images up large. I got an error message instead. Can’t remember what it was though. I gave up and just enjoyed your pics as was.

    These pics are fabulous by the way. The yellow building against the blue sky is the kind of image that gets me all excited. I love strong colours and contrasts like that in abstract compositions, adds to the abstraction, if you get what I mean.
    You would have loved Miami for that. South Beach in particular is a fascinating place, a little Art Deco time-warp. Right up my street!

    1. Exactly halfway twixt pole and equator here, and almost unpolluted (hah! We wish …) we have some interesting atmospherics. Out of town (yellow-blue snap was in Invercargill) is much better, especially in the mountains; colour? Hoo boy!

      Miami sounds great. One of the reasons I love Gore so much is for the art deco structures (still unimproved)(thank gods) in the centre of town.

      And the doughnuts …

      1. Ooh, doughnuts…

        Clean, unpolluted air makes a huge difference when it comes to light quality and colour.

        Gore sounds fascinating, architecturally speaking. Many of the Art Deco buildings on Miami’s South Beach have either been fully restored or in the processes. Stunning place if you cast your eyes away from the sneeze on the streets. Lots of vagrants everywhere. I guess if you’re going to be homeless Miami is a good place to be! Did make the place rather unsavoury though.

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