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Today I’m participating in Where’s My Backpack’s Travel Theme photo challenge. This week’s theme is “multicolored”. Remember you can click on each photo for a larger view. If you like what you see, feel free to subscribe and receive nature photography updates a few times a week.
Just in time for the fall season, here’s some colorful sumac tree foliage. With a beautiful bright blue sky as the complimentary background, this photo is very multicolored.
I love the bright red berries of the Cotoneaster Lacteus contrasting with the bush’s green and crimson leaves.
This bright orange protea pincushion flower enjoys the company of purple lavender, green leafed trees and a California blue sky in the background.
I’m not sure what these flowers are called (some type of iceplant blooms) but I love how the petals change colors from one end to the other.
If you’re ever wondered what a multicolored rose looks like, here it is.
I love this purple and yellow lily. Two beautiful colors right next to each other.
And now for the last photo, here are the coolest multicolored fireworks I saw this year for the 4th of July.
Colors that makes me want to jump from excitement. Your blessed to see the Amazing colors of Autumn. Houston mainly covered with evergreens. I have to travel 3-4 hours towards the hill country to see some Fall colors. The last pic is a perfect celebration of a great post. Thanks.
Fall is green, yellow and brown here. The colorful foliage takes a lot of looking around but I know of a few places to look. I’m still searching for a maple tree to photograph. I think I know of a place I may try this fall.
Gorgeous flowers! Beautiful Orange protea pincushion flower !
Thank you! I really like those protea pincushions, they’re very cool looking.
Wow – those are gorgeous and some of those flowers look like the fireworks. I’ve never seen such a clear photo of fireworks before. I love that first one too – now I’m really looking forward to fall!
Aren’t those flowers cool? They look like they’re on fire a bit. And that firework shot was pure luck because it’s all about timing. I’ve never seen a multicolor firework before.
I shared lots of firework photos this summer but you probably missed them while on your blogging hiatus. Here they are:
Wow – those are amazing! I didn’t see fireworks in real life this year so that was a treat seeing those. I still can’t believe how clear they are. It’s funny that the fireworks remind me of flowers and the flowers make me think of fireworks. 🙂
Fireworks do look like flowers blooming in fast motion, don’t they? I got very lucky with the fireworks this year. I did some research to pick the perfect camera settings and I made sure I brought my tripod, which I never take with me. I hope I can get some really cool shots next year again, after I refine my timer issues.
I don’t see how they could get any better – I really thought they looked perfect! It’s even better than seeing them in real life, and much better than fighting all the crowds to get there.
I featured the best ones but I missed out on really good ones by not pressing the shutter at the right time. I used the self-timer but it was on 2 seconds and by the time the camera took the photo, most of the fireworks were gone. I just need to use a shorter time next year. We have fireworks right in our town we can walk to in 5 minutes, and no giant crowd to deal with so it’s a great place to watch the fireworks every year.
Your photos are so gorgeous and colorful!
Thank you so much!