My first thought on learning April’s theme? This should be easy! Photograph five colourful things and it’s done. My second thought? Don’t push the vibrance and saturation sliders way to the right! After consulting the dictionary and spending another few days pondering, I concluded that vibrant doesn’t have to mean colourful, so I put together a pretty wide-ranging set of photos to interpret the theme vibrant.
1. Lively Thoughts – My head was filled with all kinds of off-colour language when I stepped on K’s glasses and broke the frames. So even though this photograph is pretty monochrome, the memories it represents are blue (for the bad language), pumpkin (for the self-control that kept me from speaking all the swears bouncing around in my brain) and red (for the spike in blood pressure that I’m sure I experienced). Don’t get me started on why someone would leave their glasses on the floor (it’s a long but unbelievably logical story). Anyhow, the glasses were only about three months old so were still covered by the one year “whatever the reason” warranty on the frames. They were replaced at no charge, which means everything turned out sunshine yellow!
That’s it from me this month. There’s a lot of room for different interpretations this month, so I’m looking forward to do a little blog-hopping via the link up over on A ‘lil Hoohaa.I like to treat this photo blogging challenge as a month-long photo assignment, which makes it pretty low stress. New participants are welcome to join the photo blogging challenge any time. Why not join us? The May theme will be posted at A ‘lil Hoohaa tomorrow.