I love colors! Is that a really stupid thing to say? Would anybody say, “I don’t like colors”? Colorful things make me happy. As a kid, I used to love dressing up in mismatched bright colored clothes. My mom just allowed me to do my own thing. My oil paintings are also known to be pretty colorful.
Across my travels, I have found Mexico and India to be the most colorful countries. But you can find an array of vibrant, and colorful things and places all around the world.
Enjoy this photo series!
Colored powders in India.
Colorful fruit from India. Pomegranate, papaya, and melon.
A queue of colorful saris.
Colorful flowers at the Portland Farmer’s Market.
Colorful produce at Pike Place Market in Seattle.
Cactus Restaurant, in Kirkland, Washington.
Penguin Publisher books at Powell’s, Portland, OR.
Colorful Mexico City.
A colorful sari and making fresh chapatis.
Vintage graffiti, Durham, North Carolina.
Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow, Russia.
Hundertwasserhaus, Vienna, Austria.
Tulips at the tulip farm in Woodburn, Oregon.
Candy at Chapultepec Castle, Mexico City.
Horse carriage in Mumbai.
Gathering flowers to offer to God in India.
A game at the CityFair, Portland, OR.
The fish bus, in Deer Island, Oregon.
The line to Voodoo Doughnuts, Downtown Portland.
Ice cream stand, in India.
Fresh orange juice, in India.
Milkshake and burger shack in Acapulco, Mexico.Which one was your favorite?