A Greener Shade of Green …

… or a bluer shade of blue …

The beach at Filey.

… or a whiter shade of pale …

A bee among the eryngium.

… or simply hoping to look exactly like the surrounding grasses.

A curlew in Colsterdale.

 

That’s Jude’s Photo Challenge this week:

This week's assignment - Find a monochromatic scene consisting of varying shades of a single colour.

2020 Photo Challenge #22

All of these shots were taken under a Yorkshire sun.

Lens-Artists Challenge #109: Under the Sun

28 thoughts on “A Greener Shade of Green …”

  1. Beautiful Yorkshire under the sun. Enjoy seeing the greenery fields, very well captured. Lovely series!
    Thank you, Margaret for joining in. πŸ™‚

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  2. Some gorgeous green shots there and no humans cluttering up the photos. I thought I heard on the radio that your part of the world had been invaded by hordes of staycation folk who didn’t necessarily stick to rules of the countryside nor stick to the footpaths???

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  3. I love the geometry, patterns and the atmosphere in the green shots. And as for whiter shade of pale – first those opening organ notes and now I’m stuck with it – the song I mean, in my head. But then it still is quite something.

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      1. I am very susceptible to ear worms – can infect me for days, and reinfect me again even in the middle of the night! More tolerable when its something I actually like (and can identify!).
        Yes those pastures are great and you have captured the pattern-making so well in some of those shots.

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