It’s been another cold, grey day with a strong easterly wind, whipping up the drifts of sandy sea foam on the beach. A quick, circular walk – along the prom (hail stinging my left cheek) – up the hill – under the railway – up the hill again – down Cow Road (wind numbing my right cheek) – over the level crossing – down the hill – home. After that bracing excursion I was ready to return to the sunny tones of Jude’s latest colour challenge – Yellow.
Yellow roses in Square Saint-Gilles Grand Veneur-Pauline Roland, Paris 4e – May 2015
Le Train Jaune leaves Thuès Carança – July 2015
Yellow delivery bike – Paris 4e – February 2016
Daffodils in Parc Floral, Paris – February 2016
Lemon yellow ginkgo leaves hold their colour on the ground; poplar leaves are yellow when they fall but quickly turn brown – November 2016
Witch hazel in Parc Floral – February 2016
Warm earth tones glow in foggy, winter light…
Piacenza – December 2016
A bright yellow house hidden in a narrow back street i- Paris 14e – July 2016
‘Love your neighbourhood – protect it from racism and gentrification’ – Florence – April 2018
A blue door and a yellow pun by Nhobi – Marseille – June 2018
And a collaboration between Nhobi and Kajaman
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The headline picture is Cornus mas, flowering in a Paris square in January 2016.