MtLawleyShire’s answer to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange

Orange you glad it’s photo challenge time?

Yes – I enjoy these challenges.  This week’s photo challenge – Orange – did present quite a challenge, but I found photos with orange, and include subjects that are reasonably varied.

We have flowers:
inside an orange hibiscus type and a rose whose gold has intensified towards orange with sunset’s lowering light:

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and a native West Australian bottlebrush type flower which I call ‘the orange puffball’:

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Grevillea – here you see the orange within all the other colours:

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and fish!  Not sure whether they are koi or carp – either way they were large and colourful:

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Sunset on a wall turns it gold and orange

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orange within the flaring colours of clouds at sunset:

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The smokey sky from bushfires turns orange as the sun lowers (the sun later became a great crimson globe):

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The setting moon a couple of months ago, orange as it dipped into the layers of dust on a hot summer’s night:

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a butterfly on an almost orange wall:

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Sacred ibis flying home at sunset, light turning their wings orange against a sky with its own tinge of orange down near the horizon:

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a friend’s marmalade striped young cat:

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and my own Fattee Cattee – sunset light lighting her fur kinda orange.  OK – I’m stretching 😀

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I hope you enjoyed my response to this week’s challenge and I look forward to seeing yours 🙂

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