Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You

Acid, blue, lime, apple, spring, chartreuse, pea, sea, emerald, sage, olive, jade, mint, grass, salad, oak, and  moss.


Lettuce Ice Queen

Home grown lettuce.

Green is everywhere I look indoors and outdoor. Green is growing. Growing wherever I look and often in the least likely places on walls, in cracks in the pavement, on a beach battered by salt winds and sea spray, against the odds and flourishing.  Green on a city balcony, green playing fields, green tree lined walks and wooded dells.  Sometimes I think you can almost taste and smell the chlorophyll. Green is how I feel it is how I am. Green is a challenge in the waiting, Green is new shoots and grass clippings, Green is happy and content. Green is soothing, It’s what I see in the mirror with my green eyes. It’s what I see in my garden and on my allotment. Green is a part of me.


I’ve been meaning to take part in the Weekly Photo Challenge on WordPress for ages, I plan to use it as an excuse to go back through my archives, to explore images and share them. Which gives me a great excuse to go back and start sorting and tidying and scanning old negatives. Taking a look back at my life in images.

This post is part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You on WordPress and I wonder what green means to you?



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