Origins of the Traditional Christmas Colours of Red and Green In many parts of Europe during the middle ages, Paradise plays were performed, often on Christmas Eve. They told Bible stories to people who couldn't read. The 'Paradise Tree' in the garden of eden in the play was normally a pine tree with red apples… Continue reading Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Red and Green
Do you have an eye for colour in your photography? Using colour helps to create mood and feelings in photographs and may result in a photo that is more pleasing to the eye. baklandet buildings Photographers can create a heightened level of visual interest and enhance photos by seeking out particular colour harmonies in the… Continue reading Friendly Friday Challenge – Colour Harmonies
Can you find something in your photographic archives to share in a post? Every second Friday, I host the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge with a different theme to challenge you. Do you spot something around you that fits the weekly theme? Our imagination is your only limitation. Weekly Friendly Friday Theme The Friendly Friday Community… Continue reading Friendly Friday Photography Challenge
Street Murals - Provocative, Clever, Creative but always interesting. And another favourite mural here in Melbourne. Street art makes the boring neighbourhood scene fun even if a little creepy. Murals at a fish and chip shop and railway subway I found Sami's blog and her Monday Mural linky party via Suvi today - funny how… Continue reading Monday Murals
Has Spring arrived in your neighbourhood. Come and join Friendly Friday and show us your Springtime feelings in our regular Friendly Friday Photo Challenge.
Have you ever experienced a 'Sliding Door' moment? Those moments where you recalled making a choice that led to significant changes for you?