Capture The Colour Photo Contest

August 23, 2012

I have always enjoyed capturing special and unforgettable moments with a camera.  However, it was not until the last couple of years that photography has become a central part of my life.  I truly feel as though I now see the world through a lens and I cherish the fact that I am able to see details that I never noticed before or that others do not notice at all.  Which is why I am participating in a contest that celebrates photography!  I was invited to take part in Capture The Colour Photo Contest by several bloggers, as well as Travel Supermarket (the website hosting the contest).  I decided to choose some photos that most of my readers are probably not familiar with to keep things interesting. . .

Blue

Charlotte, North Carolina: Believe it or not, my first DSLR was gifted to me by a reader, who now happens to be a dear friend.  She changed my life forever and I dedicate this shot to her.  I went to the Botanical Garden in my hometown while she was visiting and this was one of the first pictures that I took using my new camera.

Green

Charlotte, North Carolina: I love love love shooting macro.  In fact, I would even go as far as to classify myself as a macro photographer.  To me life is all about the details.  I took this shot the other day in my backyard after the rain subsided and the sun came out again.

Yellow

La Habana, Cuba: Quite frequently, I find myself thinking, “If only I had traveled to Cuba with the camera that I have now, oh the pictures I could have taken!”  Cuba is a photographer’s dream location; the cars, the people, the buildings.  I shot this photo of a classic Cuban taxi out of the window of a taxi I was in.  I had just spent the day at the beach celebrating my 25th Birthday.

White

Kruger Park, South Africa: Again, another place that I wish I had traveled to with a better camera.  I guess this just gives me a reason to return?  African animals have been shot a million times by the world’s best photographers, thus I was looking for a unique or interesting shot and I think I found it with this zebra that had come close to our jeep during our safari.

Red

Jaipir, India: I could have easily chosen a picture for each color from my trip to India, as the country truly defines the word colorful.  While I was waiting in line for my elephant ride through the Amber Fort, I caught sight of something red and was able to get a shot of this man riding his elephant behind a gorgeous ancient gate. If you are planning to travel to anywhere in India, do try out these offers from Musafir.com. You can get some really great deals on flights and hotels at 7coupons.

72 thoughts on “Capture The Colour Photo Contest

  1. Cat

    I seriously don’t know which one I like the best! I did mine hastily while directing a summer camp knowing I didn’t stand much of a chance…

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    1. Andi Perullo Post author

      I love butterflies, so beautiful, right? DSLRs are life changing!!!!!! I truly think you don’t need a good camera to take a good pic, but it sure does help haha! XOXO

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  2. Marisol

    Hi Andi, you could have fooled me that you only picked up photography couple of years ago.Your photos look like they were taken by a seasoned pro. They are breathtaking. It’s nice to see the world through your lens.

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  3. Emily in Chile

    Ahhhh, your Cuba shot is AMAZING! Seriously, that is an incredible picture, and I don’t think it could have been any better with the best camera in the world. I can’t wait to go next month!

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  4. Simon

    Great photos! And a good mix in geography, too. White is my favourite, mostly because it looks like that zebra is staring into my soul!

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  6. karen

    photography is just such a gift! I love how we all see life so differently and can take a picture of something everyday and make it look beautiful!
    I cannot imagine my life without my camera!

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