When I think of the places I’ve been, I think not of the places I’ve seen, but of the colors of those places preserved in my photographs.
BLUE: A storm over the great lagoon of Rangiroa in the Tuamotu Archipelago.
RED: A man and his car in Umm al-Qawain, United Arab Emirates.
YELLOW: Sunflowers in the Dordogne region of south-west France.
GREEN: Rice-paddies on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
GRAY: An elephant herd at a water hole in Hwankie National Park in Zimbabwe.
BROWN: Stone Circles in Wassau, Upper River Division of The Gambia
BLACK: The color of mourning worn by women in Saudi Arabia.
ORANGE: A Sikh procession on ‘Khalsa Day’ in Southall, Greater London.
WHITE: A lateen sail ngalawa in the Indian Ocean off Zanzibar.
GOLD: The iconostasis of St John’s Cathedral in Nicosia, Cyprus
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Lovely concept… you sure have been around the block, emphasised by a concise list of colours/photos