Aug 29, 2012

Capture the Colors!

Jeevan has invited me to participate in the Capture the Colors contest  by TravelSupermarket. I had gone thro' my Travel archives and randomly picked a few snaps that I hope will do justice to the colors.I have tried to keep the photographs as varied as possible...Let me know what you think...

WHITE
  White Winter , Kabul
Temple at Bellandur, Bangalore
Young Afghans enjoying butter milk, clicked on the way to Baghram air base

YELLOW

an yellow house near Madurai...
a lady with hay near Dharmapuri...
a fruit seller on the streets of Shanghai...

GREEN

a scene near Valayapatti...

a scene via Madurai to Karaikudi...
green pond...Nemam temple


RED
Kabul River...a unique idea in red!

a road side shot , Kabul...
Red Meat! Food stall in a Singapore mall...


BLUE
Sankee Tank at evening , Bangalore
The blue stillness of Qargha Lake, Afghanistan
Diwali celebrations in Singapore... 
I invite my blog friends Sandhya , Kavi , Vineeta, Meoww and Shilpa.
The competition rules here.

45 comments:

  1. really great shots to represent each color. the first yellow and the second green are my favorites, i think.

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  2. Bravo! Wonderful shots, Ashok.

    Also, thanks so much for your kind wishes.

    Wishing you the very best

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  3. You have done a great job! Awesome photos... the yellow and blue are impressive.

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  4. Enjoying each shot, Ashok.

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  5. Thanks,Ashok for share these AMAZING images!!!

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    1. I could, with some delay,introduce your blog to my readers
      and thank you for the Liebster Award.
      Dear Ashok, I hope you like what I wrote!
      (30 August)

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    2. Thanks Rita for the kind words...

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  6. All shots are very beautiful Ashok... All the Best

    Thanks a lot to invite me for the contest...

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  7. Lovely photos on capturing the colors Ashok! Amazing post and I love the photos on yellow and green a lot. Thanks so much for the invite :)

    Hugs

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  8. Love the colours. Your eye for unique clicks is amazing. :-)

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  9. Thanks for the invite. I will definitely do my best. Your pics are so varied... Whites do it for me :) Esp the first one!

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  10. Amazing pictures Ashok. Blue and yellow ones are great. :)

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  11. Wonderful photos, Ashok! The colors are amazing..Yellow is absolutely my favorite...The lady with the hay and the fruit seller in Shanghai! love them.

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  12. The lady with hay wins my vote!

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  13. Isn't it amazing that so much color n exuberance all around
    all we lack is an eye to appreciate that.

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  14. Fantastic shots, you captured the colors beautifully!

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  15. All very nice shots!

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  16. Editing is almost as hard as taking the pictures themselves.

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  17. Fabulous images depicting colors!!! I especially liked the one of the 'lady with hay'....what talent. If that were me, I'd be dumping everything on the spot.

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  18. Nice and amazing pictures .
    Sankey tank at evening is superb!!!but my vote is for the lady with hay ...after so many years still Dharmapuri is the same !!!!..i've seen such scenes when i was a kid .
    Thanks for sharing the eye catching photos .

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  19. Nice play with colours.

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  20. Very apt pictures for the colours! I love all the three 'blue' shots, esp. the first one. 'Red' roadside short at Kabul is also nice. The first 'white' is also good!

    Thanks for the invite, Ashok.

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  21. Nice theme and nice photos...

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  22. Perfection in photos for each color selection.

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  23. Wonderful colours!

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  24. Beautiful shots! Good luck with the challenge :-)

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  25. Ashok! This is a fantastic series of photos! You are so talented with a camera. I have a favorite among each color group and can't help thinking what wonderful paintings they might inspire. Good luck with the contest - I have no doubt you will be a winner!

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  26. Hello Ashok:) Your photo's are beautiful and the colors are wonderful. My big favorite is the lady with the hay. Beautiful. Are you going to paint all these? Let show them if you do! Take care!

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    1. Good idea Renate...I will try to paint some of them when i find time!

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  27. Great set of images.

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  28. Beautiful photographs, fantastic view from a far country. I am greeting

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  29. Gorgeous and lovely takes.. all of them! All the best for the contest :)

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  30. wonderful colors of the city - I might have to try that challenge myself!

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  31. Very beautiful photos. Wonderful colors.

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  32. ♡✿彡╮

    Bela série de fotos, com destaque para a delicadeza do branco.
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil.
    •°♫¸.♪♫°

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  33. lovely photos, very nicely chosen to reflect the colours!

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  34. The Clicks from Kabul (white and red) and Banglore (Blue) and the Green fields of Karaikudi are indeed wonderful :-).

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  35. Clever... and I loved the chosen images.

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  36. AMAZING! I really enjoyed the photos here...my favorite would be the lady carrying hay...it was so candid, i can't help but adore it!

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  37. Lovely colors Ashok...the city and landscapes are amazing ~

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  38. This "Capture the color" contest is really awesome because they bring out varied photos from different places. Lovely captures. Esply that lady carrying a lot of straw on her head. :)

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  39. Beautiful photos! I like the ones with the water most. You are subtle with your colors and very expressive with cultural tone. Wishing you lots of luck!!

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  40. Beautiful variation of colors, the yellow stole my heart, all of them are perfectly composed!Some of them are interesting to paint, dont you think so?

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