Weekly photo challenge: yellow V
This week, we are asked to show what yellow means to us in the weekly photo challenge. Suggestions for this challenge included:
While we love bananas, lemons, and peppers (and you’re more than welcome to show us your yummy, fresh produce), challenge yourself to think beyond fruits and veggies. It could be the pencil you’ve worn down to the nub making holiday to-do lists, the flaxen locks of your child, an eye-catching bit of ribbon, a macro shot of a piece of handed-down amber jewelry, a glass of bubbly champagne, or even a three-photo essay on the way sunlight lands in different areas in your home at different times of the day.
In my first submission I presented a photo taken during autumn in Boston (see here). The second submission was an image with the yellow jackets provided by Quark on a visit to Antarctica (see here). In the third submission I presented an image taken during autumn near my home in New Zealand (see here). My fourth image showed an image captured in Nashville, Tennessee (see here).
The fifth submission for the week is a photo of those of us who went camping on the ice in Antarctica during a trip I took in February 2014.