Weekly Photo Challenge: Purple


Since it’s my favorite color, of course I have photos that include it.

A Purple Fender

Purple Flowers

Purple In The Sky


45 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Purple

  1. Love the fender … my neighbor restores his own vintage cars. He has 3 that are to die for. The car shows here are great.
    Anyway, your photo’s are super … so …. what else is new? I”ve noticed that quite a few of us photogs love the color purple. We are a fabulous bunch.

    • Thank you and yes we are aren’t we. We are just a bunch of purple loving, artsy fartsy, FAB – U – LOUS people πŸ˜€

      Oddly enough, even though it is my favorite color, I’ve never worn anything purple, and probably never would. πŸ˜‰

    • I would love to find out! The owners basically gave me free reign to clime all over and around it to get a few photos, I wonder if they’d let me take it down the 1/4 mile one time πŸ˜‰

  2. These are lovely Jeffo πŸ™‚ The fender pic is the best to me :D. I can’t believe that someone gave you a poor rating (the world is full of weirdos); I did my best to increase your average πŸ˜‰

    • Thanks Paula, I think the car is my favorite this week too. πŸ™‚

      I hadn’t even noticed about a poor rating. Life’s too short to worry about pleasing everyone. Some will like what I share, some won’t, that’s the way it goes.

    • Thanks Nate. Next time your around maybe we can hit Portsmouth for some night photography, and a beer or three πŸ˜‰ No shortage of places in P-Town to get a good brew. πŸ˜€

    • Thanks Brandon. I love the pit area at New England Dragway! I spend way more time in the pits than actually watching the races. The thing I love about drag cars is that they often have some of the most beautifully done paintwork.

  3. Purple is the color most favored by artists. No wonder… Like the romantic and delicate purple in the second image, and LOVE the rich and bright purple in the last one!

  4. I feel it’s a balanced mix of shots here – if the first is a power shot, the second one is about the simple tender beauty, while the last one depicts serenity!

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