Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Wednesday Wonders

The colours of nature is every possible shade of every colour.


Native to North and South America. In Australia we do have similar plants that colour the desert sands.


Humans like colour too and as this is the end of Wednesday Wonders, this picture slightly references my next series of posting someone else's photos, Tuesday Transformations.

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  1. Love the blasts of colour you have given us - and looking forward to Tuesday Transformations.

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    1. EC, colour really is the theme isn't it.

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  2. I like Haus Rizzi.

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    1. Victor,as long as it is not like that inside.

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  3. LOVE Haus Rizzi :)
    Wonder if I could get away with painting like that here? Probably not.

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    1. No River, I don't think you could.

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  4. Ahh...we all need colour in our life! Bring it on! :)

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    1. Colour is good, Lee.

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  5. I love coloured houses when each neighbour cooperates in choosing from a range of different colours that look great next to each other. Not blotchy bits.

    This Venetian example is handsome: https://www.terragalleria.com/europe/italy/venice/picture.ital7137.html

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    1. Hels, that does look terrific. They are mostly completely different strong colours and it works.

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  6. I like the Rizzi house. Way back, when I lived in London, The Beatles opened a shop on the corner of my road which was totally painted. It was a first for London, but the authorities made them re-paint it. I bet they now regret that stupid decision.

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    1. Cro, I can well imagine. A record shop, I imagine.

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  7. Natures colours are amazing. But Haus Rizzi is pretty colourful too.

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    1. Diane, and looks like it may well fall down.

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  8. Love the desert covered in pink flowers.
    I lived in Braunschweign many, many years ago, but Haus Rizzi wasn't there yet.

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    1. Sami, what a coincidence. It is a crazy looking place.

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  9. I need more information about that first shot Andrew... What the!!??

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    1. Grace, there is an explanation at the base of the photo. I immediately thought some terrible pollution but it seems not to be.

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    2. Oh yes! Fascinating stuff!

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