A photo a week Challenge: Red


My last post this morning is for Nancy’s challenge at nancy merrill photography.  This week we are asked to show red, either as a main colour or accent.  This first photo is a red pohutakawa – I dare anyone to try and pronounce this.  It is a native to New Zealand and is called a Kiwi Christmas Tree as it usually flowers around Christmas time and being a traditional colour for that time.


My second photo is of a red sunset.  We do have the most glorious technicolour sunrises and sunsets and this one was particularly red.

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PS – I must look at the movie The Sixth Sense again.

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10 thoughts on “A photo a week Challenge: Red”

  1. Such gorgeous reds Raewyn! The flowers on that Kiwi Christmas tree looks a lot like the ones we have here but we call them ‘Bottlebrush” or ‘Callistemon’. The bees love the flowers. 😀
    What a gorgeous sunset! Nature is a great painter for sure and you’ve captured it so well! Thanks for sharing. 😀 *hugs*


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