#SundayStills – Sunny Yellow

This weeks #SundayStills photo challenge the theme is – Anything Yellow.

Whenever I think of the colour Yellow, I think of sun, brightness, flowers and happiness

You don’t have to go far to find such a vibrant colour…

 

A Smiling Yellow Fish…IMG_1720

Nature is full of sunny Yellow…IMG_0912

Daffodils in London…IMG_0384

A busy bee at work on a dandelionD27BF9A1-76A3-44CC-B984-9460707AA9D9

A water lily about to burst into bloom…IMG_0011

My snowboarding jacket…IMG_0036

And every evening there’s that bright yellow ball in the sky which goes to bed…IMG_0014

 

This was my entry for this weeks #SundayStills photography challenge, the theme being Anything Yellow.

This challenge is run by the wonderful Terri Webster Schrandt

If you’d like to join in with these weekly photo challenges, then visit Terri’s blog –  Here’s the Link

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19 thoughts on “#SundayStills – Sunny Yellow

  1. You’re so right about yellow being the colour of summer. It just reminds me of the suns and fields of buttercups and daffodils. Fresh and invigorating.

    1. Thank you, I loved that sign. It’s in Cadgwith, Cornwall, a tiny fishing village. Such a lovely place

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