Travel Photography Photos tagged as color
Pinyatas for sale at Christmas
Star pinyatas for Christmas
Mexican street in Oaxaca, S. Mexico
This is how villagers in India stack hay. Stacking hay this way keeps the moisture away during the monsoon time, and the hay inside the stack remains fresh to be consumed by the cattle the villages own .. In olden times, the villagers used to stock their grains within this cottage like hay hut for the same reason. But now most of the grains they grow are sold and the rest are kept in nylon woven bags for their own consumption.
Autumn colors in optimal prime.
This building with the colorful windows is a government building located on the Singapore River.
On my way to Abuyog to a water spring the view was beautiful. This was a contradiction to the fact that I was told that Leyte was not worth visiting. It was quite the opposite. These colorful palm trees caught my attention.
a close-up of local spider
black and white butterfly resting on yellow flower in green garden
Tiger statues in Jinan park, Shangdong China
Large tiger statues in Jinan Spring park
Every year festival of colours, hapiness and brotherhood ("HOLI") is celebrated after FULL moon in the Hindu month of 'Falgun' (1st or 2nd Week of March) Where rest of the country celebrate Holi two days; Vrindavan and Mathura are alive in colours, raas leelas and devotional fervour for a whole week. Every temple celebrates holi at different day and thus it has it's own charm to celebrate holi in Vrindavan and Mathura.
street in Granada, Nicaragua.
The fall colour change in this region of Ontario is spectacular. Here we see a nice mix of red, yellow and orange against the evergreen trees.
I took this up in New Hampshire after a fresh mountain rain.
The patterned wall and ceilings of the Blue Mosque are justifiably famous, but sometimes looking down while everyone else is looking up shows you a peaceful moment, like this man praying at the edge of the expansive red and blue carpet.