Lens-Artist Photo Challenge- From Large to Small

Patti invites us this week, for a different challenge. “…pick a color and select several photos that feature that color.

Start with a photo of a big subject in that color (for example, a wall) and move all the way down to a small subject in that same color (for example, an earring).” She reminds us of size constancy and the importance of easily recognizable objects for comparing. You will see some of this in my images, but in some there are no perfect objects for comparing.

So, now I can splurge on my favourite color—Turquoise, Turkis, or shade of Aquamarine.

Now that we are slowly easing Corona Lockdown measures here in Germany, I am constantly dreaming to visit a beaches and lakes , splurging and digging my toes into that powder white shores and looking at endless blues, turkis shades of water.probably soon.

Anyways, this challenge took me back to my island hopping and beach adventures in the Philippines where I see endless horizons and infinity turquoise waters.I truly missed them.

Malapascua Island, Palawan, Philippines

The view is magnificent, the color reflects to my sunglasses and it´s beauty blinding me. I could stare at these views forever.

Coron Island, Palawan, Philippines

Even lakes here in Germany and Austria reminds me so much of my beachcapades , this colour is everywhere, thanks to the wonderful weather. Surrounded with mountain cliffs, rocky valleys, Turquoise always captivates me.

Stausee in Kaprun, Austria

Then moving up to one of my favourite hobby, which is watercolor galaxy art painting where I used much shades of Blue combined with white and green to create this shade of Turquoise and make an illusion of the Aurora Borealis, turquoise glow..and northen lights.

Galaxy Art Watercolor painting (JustbluedutchArt)

Then I want to move along to my Expat diaries in Kuwait where I normally visits traditional tents and war torn islands, specifically, the Failaka Island. I feasted on the traditional handmade clay vases and pottery in their charming museum.I found this shade is so refreshing, compared to the predominant beige and ivory shades of Desert life.

Yes, definitely this painting looks delicious and cozy, ladies in Turkis says “Cheers” ! I snapped this photo while visiting a park in the Netherlands.

and lastly, the apple of my eyes, lost in Berlin, continuously exploring, curious as ever, and supercozy wearing a jacket in a fine Autumn weekend in Berlin.

Where to go?….

Thank you, Patti, for this fun and creative challenge! Don’t forget to visit Patti and her inspiring site – and we hope to see you there under the Lens-Artists tag.

Until then, have a great weekend everyone, stay safe & Tchüss!

6 thoughts on “Lens-Artist Photo Challenge- From Large to Small

  1. What an incredibley beautiful collection 😊! Thank you for sharing.
    The view from Herzogstand to Kochel- and Walchensee should be very beautiful and show turquoise waters when the weather is fine. I am planning to walk up but might end up taking the cable car.

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  2. Oh dankeschön!
    We were somewhere in Kochelsee , only for a stop, didn´t managed to swim and hike but I saw that it was really beautiful. Would love to go back there soon. Happy weekend!

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