Let's try to present colors exactly as they exist in nature: the same sunset-tinged sky, the same red or orange leaf, the same range of blues and grays and greens seen on the side of a mountain. The challenge is to get your camera to record the same shades your eyes see, or, if you must, edit the photo to get it back to the color you remember. (It helps if you still have the thing you photographed visible for comparison!) Whatever you photograph should not be dyed, painted, or made of plastic, but made of natural materials and left its natural color. If that color is a bit unusual for whatever it is, so much the better!
You know how this works, right?
1. Grab your camera and bring us one or more pictures showing natural colors. Archived photos are okay as long as you took the photo yourself and you're sure the colors are true-ti-life.
2. RSVP in the comments below with your name and the name and URL of the place you plan to post your photo(s).
3. On the Challenge date, Saturday, Saturday, November 16th, post the results on any blog, social media site or online photo album. Don't forget to link back to here in your entry, so your readers can check out the other Robins' contributions.
4. Please visit the other Robins' entries, and comment if so moved. The list of entries will be posted at the bottom of this entry starting around midnight MST on the Challenge date, and updated through the day.
That's all there is to it! Have fun, and go be photographers!
as of Saturday, November 16th, 12:05 PM MST
Freda - Posted!
Jama - Posted!
Carly - Posted!
Karen - Posted! - two entries