I believe this is the first time that I’ve participated in Jennifer’s One Word Photo Challenge. I’m not a terribly good judge of color so I’m not certain if the shades in these images qualify as Fuchsia but let’s give it a whirl.
In the dressing-up basket, these items of clothing are some of little granddaughter’s favorites.
Colorful costumes, just one of the exciting things about Ballet Folklorico.
Orchids in the greenhouse at the Chicago Botanic Garden.
And just in case I was too far off with my colors, here’s a beautiful fuchsia that my daughter bought me for Mother’s Day this year.
For more entries in the One Word Photo Challenge please go to http://jennifernicholewells.com/2014/09/30/one-word-photo-challenge-fuchsia/
Sue’s Word A Week Challenge on A Word In Your Ear at http://suellewellyn2011.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/a-word-a-week-challenge-pose/ is Pose. I tend to associate the word ‘pose‘ with the definition of ‘to assume a posture or attitude usually for artistic purposes‘ or ‘to affect an attitude or character usually to deceive or impress.’ Here are a few people posing as someone other than themselves.
The Singing Executioners at King Richard’s Faire in Wisconsin. I must say I did enjoy their performance.
Another performer at King Richard’s Faire, wearing my favorite color, purple.
I’m fairly certain this wasn’t the real Mickey Mouse advertising a ‘going out of business’ sale in downtown Columbus, Indiana.
Once again, drawn to those purple colors; two ladies dressed in period costume, going for a buggy ride at Old World Wisconsin.
One of a group of clowns entertaining folks at a children’s playground.