Colour Of The Day: Red (Mk II)

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Tuesday 15 July, 2014 by Uncle Spike

The eighth in my mini-series on colours (or even colors).

Today’s theme for my look at colours is another look at RED.

The first image I found was the nameplate on the coal boiler. Not the most attractive of things to photograph, but I spend many hours every winter lighting, stoking, cleaning and servicing this beastie; so it deserves its place here.

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In the same place, the boiler room, I have my handy red tomahawk

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A couple of red(ish) plants

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And some red things founds here and there…

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Our flag

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And finally, a couple of lovely red roses to complete the collection

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That’s my second look at red
A vibrant and varied colour

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9 thoughts on “Colour Of The Day: Red (Mk II)

  1. Mei-Mei says:

    Love the Spidey helmet! And the flowers are pretty, too 😉

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  2. lizard100 says:

    I like the colour idea. What an eclectic mix!

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  3. Red, the national colour of Turkey!

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  4. what *are* those shiny dark purple flowers? 🙂

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