Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange (Find beauty everywhere)

“If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.”

~ Vincent van Gogh

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 There are so many small beautiful orange things under the big orange sky. 🙂

WPC: Orange: What’s not to love about orange? It’s vibrant. It’s cheerful. It makes a statement.

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119 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange (Find beauty everywhere)

  1. Dark green and orange is a stunning combination…

    You have used it brilliantly here and result is felt by the stunning visual appeal 🙂

    Thank you so much for sharing …

    The last one is a real gem 🙂

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  2. So much orange beauty in your lovely photos Amy Dear!Each one a real gem in every way!Stunning is the Orange Lady on the bright green leaves and celestial the bokeh and light surrounding the orange beetle.I can’t help but praise the cloud of the droplet hanging from the orangish branch and the delightful persimmons on the tree with the gorgeous lighting!Besides,the quotes said everything,just a little was left for me …
    Happy Wednesday my lovely Amy 🙂 ❤ xxx
    PS:I have seen different names for the fruit on the tree such as : persimmon or Sharon Fruit,but here in Greece,we call it Lotus.Which word do you use ? Thank you beforehand 🙂

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    • Thank you for spending time to view my humble photos closely, Doda Dear! These are tiny orange things I spotted out in the wild field. Thank you for letting me know about the persimmon. 🙂 ❤ xxx

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  3. Exquisite and vibrant celebration of orange, Amy! I really like every one of these photos, including the header, but there’s something really crisp and stunning about the butterfly on the leaves. 😀

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  4. nice series – the first one seems like it should be framed and in a museum – or on a wall – seriously – that one could have me looking for hours and hours – and I do not always feel that way about art or photos – but the centering, the light, the leaves, the shadow – the lines, I dunno – and then the fourth one evoked a different feeling in me – I like the two in the middle – but that last one felt almost sad – but then not that much – and the refraction and other things made for a meaty take on orange dear amy….

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    • Awww… I’m so touched by your comment, Yvette. This is the highest praise from my dear friend. Especially from someone who has a strong art background. I agree, the last is kind of sad, a very last dewdrop hanging there. I may never capture a butterfly with my camera again. 🙂 Thank you very much, Yvette! ❤

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  5. Talk about surprises, here I found one. Amy, this post is glorious. I love the variety you showed with the color orange and I especially was taken with the last image. Great job, my friend. Love, Amy

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    • Thank you so much for your comment, Amy! So much I enjoy photographing nature, I know very little about the camera techniques. I pretty much click what it’s in front of me. 🙂 I need to lean more… Love, Amy

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  7. Truly stunning photgraphs, Amy! I had to go back for a second look! The last is mesmerising. You could win competitions with these. I’m just off to see what you’ve done for ‘Elements’ 🙂

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    • Thank you so much for the compliment, Jo! I almost didn’t think I could find anything else other than sunset or sunrising, which I have seen many beautiful images. 🙂 Have an enjoyable weekend!

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