I see … PINK

Pink is supposedly such a girlie colour but I was never that keen on it. That thought set off the idea of trying to put together an interesting post on pink! Most images are from WordPress bloggers. ALL photos are used with permission. Many thanks to the “permitters” who all sent such kind replies. Some even expressed interest in reading the post once published! Thanks for making this post possible.


I’m from New Zealand but this sheep ain’t. This was taken by Viveka at an exhibition at Wanas sculpture park, northern Skane (Scania), Sweden.

“If the People Have No Bread Let Them Eat Cake”, by Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, is living pink Chanel fragrance sheep sculptures, not that I could smell any of it.” – Viveka

These are real, live sheep dyed pink and you can see them on the original post …

From: pink sheep and mushrooms | July 15, 2017 | Read original post HERE
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Stunning shot of pink hydrangea flowers from Pete Hillman, Staffordshire, UK.

Pete’s very special accompanying paragraph reads as follows:

“I have always loved Hydrangeas. My Nan and Grandad grew them at the front of their house, and so did my Mom and Dad. It’s amazing how when you see a certain flower they bring back such wonderful, precious memories. Because of my love for the abundance of showy blossoms this popular shrub produces, and because of the fond memories, I have grown Hydrangeas in my garden for some years. Although, for the first time ever, I made the most silly mistake of pruning then at the wrong time so I did not get a single blossom last year. But this year, they are back again, and in splendour.”

From: HYDRANGEA | 26/06/2017 | Read original post HERE
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“Abstract aerial photography of Hutt Lagoon in Western Australia. The colours are naturally occuring algae that have been concentrated into manmade lagoons to be farmed for food colouring, Limited edition of 11 signed prints.”

Credit: Steve Back Photography
Steve Back Art website


Roseate spoonbill, taken by Ted Jennings. I’m utterly fascinated by the photos of roseate spoonbills and also alligators that I get to see by following Ted Jenning’s blog. Ted is from South Carolina, USA.

From: Several Big, Colorful, Flying By | July 31, 2017
Read original post HERE
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Pink stucco columns in Pershing Square, Los Angeles. Taken by Jessica Roberts.

From: Observations On Style: A Walk Through LA’s Historic Downtown | July 19th, 2017
Read original post HERE
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Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) taken by Eliza Waters.
Coneflowers are one of my favourite flowers and this is a particularly lovely shot.

From: WPC – Close-up | July 24th, 2015 | Read original post HERE
Blog home: Eliza Waters  My Own Paradise : Life on Seven and a Half Acres


Last but not least is this wonderfully joyous mural photographed by Zarina “a Dutch girl living in London”. Village Underground music venue in Shoreditch, east London. Zarina describes how “you’ll be stunned by its unique interior that resembles a grand underground cave”.

The mural was painted by Argiris Ser and is titled “Sea Of Knowledge: A mother Chipac guides and educates her children in a sea of knowledge.” The building on the back of the mother Chipac (creature) is a school. Great web page about Ser and the mural HERE

From: 24 Hours in Shoreditch | 18/06/2017 | Read original post HERE
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By Exploring Colour (2017). All photos used by permission.


22 thoughts on “I see … PINK

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  1. Isn’t amazing the depth and range of colours Nature can produce?? I love it when I look at the sea and it is the perfect green/blue and I always wonder how it can be just so perfect. Sorry, my mind works in weird ways! Thanks for sharing. Mel

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    1. I totally agree with you and I love all the different colours. I’ve done a couple of posts on coloured fungi by an Aussie photographer Steve Axford. Just under my blog header is a magnifying glass. If you click on that and then type fungi in the box you’ll get 2 posts on coloured fungi – perhaps you’ll enjoy the photos as much as I did! Thanks for visiting!

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    1. Very genuine Ted – I love seeing all the wildlife that you record through your photos. Things I’d never see at home here like gators! I’ve seen white spoonbills here in NZ but we don’t have pink! Big thank you for letting me use your wonderful roseate spoonbill photo 🙂 And thanks for visiting.

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      1. That’s why we are photographers. We moved here to record everything we can see. Coming from the cold north photography in the southern lowcountry is very different. So here we catch a little piece in time and try to share around the world. Funny thing is, we do ! Our site has visitors from all parts of the globe. How great is that 😀😀😀.

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    1. I was very glad to be able to include your mural photo.Just looking at it makes me feel happy! And thanks for commenting about this approach to colour – its great to know you enjoyed it 🙂


  2. A fabulous and very interesting and vibrantly pink post, Liz! What a lovely selection of images you have chosen to express this. Never seen a pink sheep before, but I love Pink Floyd 🙂

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  3. Wow, what a lovely post you have put together … and what a great idea do it from other bloggers experience and images. What an honour … to be chosen and to end up in this magnificent group of bloggers. Thank you so much. Viveka

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