Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Rainbow Colors

The rules say these “rainbow”  photos have to have at least 4 strong colors, so I think these make the grade:

This first photo is one I took of the first gingerbread house built by a good friend. He had always wanted to build a gingerbread house, but never had an opportunity as a child. Finally, in his early fifties, he decided it was time to make the dream come true. I commemorated the event with a number of photos, and we ended up using one on his personalized Christmas cards that year. I changed the background to blue and added falling snow, and it was the perfect card for him. But this is the original photo in its natural state.

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This is a picture of the main hallway of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic School in my hometown. They have so many students from different nations attending the school that they have hung a flag from every nation in the world in that hallway. They definitely present a rainbow of colors. Beneath the flags are the pictures of every graduation class from the beginning of the school in 1912. 

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This photo is of a good friend who does puppet theater, including making her own puppet costumes, sets, and stages. I took this picture for the back cover of her book “Puppets and More,” and I love the vibrant colors.

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To participate in the challenge, visit Cee at her site at this address:
http://www.ceephotography.com/2013/02/26/cees-fun-foto-challenge-rainbow-colors-must-have-at-least-4-strong-colors/

11 thoughts on “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Rainbow Colors

    1. Yes, I thought so too … but we ate it anyway. That’s okay. It’s preserved for posterity in my pictures and his Christmas cards. He was concerned that his snow on the roof and windows looked a little “messy.” But I really liked it that way because I thought it looked more natural.

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