Light green moments

Salford, 8th September 2018 Saturday morning, and I’m pondering the next shade of colour in fees fun foto challenge lime green now you say lime green to me, and my artistic thoughts go directly to the fruit bowl But limes nowadays seem much darker in tone than what I’d normally associate them with….you would haveContinue reading “Light green moments”

Juicy

Juicy     The humble lemon, like its siblings the orange and lime each segment is full of cells just bursting with juice as the fruit knife cuts through the peel to the zesty core each cell in its way bursts – releasing fresh lemon zest into the air while drops of lemon fall onto fresh marble

Electric lime

#coloryourworld #cyw #electriclime 16th February 2017 Zingy little fruit, full of zest and flavor and powerful punch   perfect , placed in a jelly sparky flavours contained in a porcelain mould   Sparks of delight pop off on the tongue and your luminosity   Green for go ! your sign the party power switches are all turned on  

Yellow

#Coloryourworld #Cyw #Yellow I like the colour yellow, like the way it appears in a sunny day or a soft boiled egg at breakfast so many colours depend on it we’d have bluegrass on the lawn and funny coloured sunflowers and Citrus fruits ? No Orange, Lemon or Lime So Have a Banana! and Rejoice! this brightContinue reading “Yellow”

Burnt Orange

#Coloryourworld #Cyw #BurntOrange I’ve never got my head around this from Lancashire to Yorkshire, from Spain to Greece I’d sit in amusement as master chefs who made the grade, cooking food as a show,  Practicing their trade toasting a poor citrus slice – within an inch of its life (and occasionally catching the chef – causing strife)Continue reading “Burnt Orange”

Contrast

In response to the prompt : Contrast What can be more contrasting than a fully laden fruit bowl ? The whole rainbow of colours are there from the dark reds of the red apples, plums, and grapes to the orange colours of the Oranges and Tangerines to Yellows of the Lemons and Pineapples and finallyContinue reading “Contrast”