Photographs in Blue, Yellow, Red, Green, White
These are just a few of the thousands of photographs of India I have taken over the years. Each represents a different colour: Blue, yellow, red, green and white. This is my entry into the TravelSupermarket Capture the Colour Photo Contest. I have tried to capture both the five colours and also show something about India, too. Thanks to Ken Kaminesky for alerting me to the contest. Ken is a fellow Canadian travel blogger, a superlative photographer and a great guy, too! To find out more and enter, read on.
To enter, read the rules of the Capture the Colour Photo Contest and let them know you’ve entered the competition by either posting a link to your blog post on Facebook mentioning Capture the Colour and tagging the TravelSupermarket.com Facebook page and/or by linking to your post via Twitter and including @travelsupermkt and #capturethecolour.
PS Next time, please include pink and orange — two of the most vibrant colours of India!
Yellow: A monk at Ranakpur Jain Temple, Rajasthan
Blue: The national bird of India
Green: A vegetable seller at the market in Bangalore
White: The world’s most beautiful building, the Taj Mahal
Travel blogger nominations
Jeremy Branham, Budget Travel Adventures
Red Hunt, Red Hunt Travel
Bret Love, Green Global Travel
Spencer Spellman, The Travelling Philosopher
Arun Bhat, Painted Stork
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