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Monday, October 24, 2011

Shades of autumn–orange

While searching for orange in the gardens I pass on my daily walk I discovered that the vast majority of berries and rosehips are red – a deep red, red.  I did find a few that were orange – and appreciated all the more for being unusual.  A nice range of oranges from the yellow to the red ends of the range.  I love the colour contrast with both the green leaves and also the blueblack of the iron fence.  Check out what others found in orange for this weeks shades of autumn

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Frames are again from The Coffee Shop Blog

8 comments:

alexa said...

They do look wonderful against the ironwork - sets them off beauttifully. Lovely pictures ...

humel said...

Love the warm glow of the oranges :) Those flowers are gorgeous against the ironwork!

Light Trigger said...

nice captures!

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Alison said...

Great pics..beautiful shades of orange!
Alison xx

Satakieli said...

Such lovely shades of orange, great finds!

I hope you've saved your photos of the red berries and rosehips for next Friday's colour, red! Thanks for taking part in the Shades of Autumn Photo Challenge :)

gotmycamera said...

These are stunning..so vibrant.

Miriam said...

Yes they are just beautiful Helena, love the coffee shop frames. Looking forward to 'seeing' New York from your eyes.

Jimjams said...

Love the contrast of the hot orange against the dull greens, greys and blacks.