‘How Wonderful Yellow is. It Stands for the Sun’. part Two

This is the post that illustrates Van Gogh’s words, rather than my last one. We’ll showcase all the wonderfully optimistic flowers of spring next time. Let’s just pass directly to summer, and enjoy the over-pungent fields of rape; the gorse rollicking over the coastal parts of the Cleveland Way in Yorkshire; a painted lady enjoying summer yellow; fields of sunflowers in France, forever turning their faces to the sun; and finally, yellow’s final fling – harvest season. Just before the bad weather sets in – look at that last foreboding image. Luckily, Jude provides the opportunity for us to hunt down all our yellow-rich images, in her challenge Life in Colour.

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Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

51 thoughts on “‘How Wonderful Yellow is. It Stands for the Sun’. part Two”

  1. Something like Runswick Bay, or Robin Hood’s? I love that coastline when the gorse is out. And magnificent sunflower shots too, Margaret 🙂 🙂


    1. The gallery you link to is lovely. Great minds, eh? And you and my husband could go off into the sunset, sneezing together as you view the rape fields. And gorse is always a dependable splash of colour – somewhere.

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  2. Nature does yellow perfectly and beautifully captured in your grid of photos. Just the ticket for the current situation. I love the scent of gorse, always brings back memories of childhood holidays on the Suffolk coast.

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  3. What a wonderful array of yellows – I so enjoyed all these photos. The last one is particularly interesting with the dandelions in the golden field with the storm clouds gathering behind.

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