A World of Exploding Colors

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Well, that amazing spring weather we were having came to an end yesterday, and it’s back to the stereotypical gray skies of England.  So this week’s #Frifotos theme couldn’t be better timed — it’s “colorful”!

Going through my photos and picking out the most colorful ones is certainly lifting my spirits — and reminding me that it’s only a few weeks until the ground is covered in wildflowers.

Here are my favorite colorful photos from around the world:

The most colorful market — the Spice Market, Istanbul, Turkey.

The most colorful sunset — on Koh Lanta, Thailand.

The most colorful animals — brightly dyed chicks in La Penita, Mexico.

The most colorful neighborhood — Camden, London.

The most colorful costumes — worn during a traditional Balinese dance performance in Ubud, Bali.

The most colorful cafe — in the neighborhood of Montmartre in Paris, France.

The most colorful scarves — at Chatuchak Market in Bangkok, Thailand.

The most colorful ceiling, designed by artist Dale Chihuly — at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.

The most colorful desert — Wadi Rum, Jordan.

And finally, the most colorful beer collection — in Bruges, Belgium.

#FriFotos is open to all.  To see more photos from everyone else, follow #FriFotos on Twitter.

Which photo is your favorite?

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15 thoughts on “A World of Exploding Colors”

  1. Good choices! I love that art installation at the Bellagio in Vegas. The first time I saw it, I couldn’t stop staring at it. It’s soo beautiful in person.

  2. Lovely photos. On first sight I thought the one of Camden was Portobello Market- another great place to find colourful architecture! Love the colourful ceiling, too.

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