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Colour Your World: cotton candy

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Jennifer Nicole Wells’ blog hosts a daily ‘One Word Photo Challenge’. Until April, the challenge at the present time is based around a different Crayola colour each day. You are invited to enter photos, drawings, quotes, stories…basically anything that is to do with the Crayola colour of the day. Which to my mind is a fun and creative challenge to be a part of. So I thought I’d ‘dip in’ from time to time – usually capturing images whilst out and about on a walk with my daughter (who is only a few months old, so her support on this particular activity is moral rather than practical).

Today the color is ‘cotton candy’…

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And the photo I took to capture this…

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Highly recommend you give this a go! Its a lovely way to keep those sparks of creativity active, and can help you to see the world in new and unusual ways.

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4 thoughts on “Colour Your World: cotton candy

    1. Thank you! Having great fun keeping my eyes peeled for the colour for the day and grabbing my camera for a quick snap. This was actually growing in someone else’s garden so I had to be super-quick in case they thought I was casing the joint!

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  1. I love the color you pick, cotton candy… so pleasing to the eye! By the way, I would like to say Thank you for popping by at my blog http://www.reimerandruby.com. Your blog looks great, simple, tidy and yet it’s beautiful and so easy to navigate. Here’s wishing you luck to more blogging years to come!

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