Nobody really pays attention to grey, it’s such a dull color yet it vastly surrounds us in the form of buildings, bridges, pavement, airplanes and ships. It is an industrial color for sure, and one that could describe our present era. We tear down beautiful colorful nature to replace it with this color.
But sometimes, grey is good, like in the elephant in the photo above. Who doesn’t like elephants? And I’m actually quite fond of wearing grey clothes.
Below is a series of photos around the world with grey as the main subject:
The grey bridge and river in downtown Portland.
A grey outfit hiking the Mirror Lake Trail, Oregon.
My grey boot in the snowy Duke Gardens in Durham, NC
Grey skies in Acapulco, Mexico
A grey squirrel and pebbles in India
A grey wall, shorts and husky in rainy Portland, OR. Typical Portland.
The iconic grey statue in Whistler Mountain, Canada
Silver grey at the barbershop in Portland.
The largest open air laundromat in the world, Mumbai, India
A grey train passing underneath me in The Dalles Bridge, OR
A container for boiling freshly delivered milk in India.
Sunshine Mill Winery, The Dalles, OR
A massive grey cathedral in the historic center of Mexico City
Silver grey man in Portland, OR
Me on board the mostly grey USS Normandy.
A beautiful grey bird.
Beautiful grey architecture in Vienna, Austria
The grey Timberline Lodge in Mt Hood, OR. Same hotel where The Shining was filmed.
Grey uniforms volunteering at the Full Frame Festival, Durham, NC.
The very cool tunnel to the Airpark, in Seattle, WA
Beneath the first 747.
Grey floors in our porch in India.
Which one was your favorite?