CFFC: Splashes of Red

For this week’s color challenge, I am sharing a few of my photos for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge (CFFC) – Red.

It’s easy to find red in cities. Here’s a few of my favorites from this year:


The secret to a brilliantly colored Arizona sunset is to wait until the sun has gone down after a storm; captured over White Tank Mountains.

Some reds are more easily found, like these flowers (sharing for Cee’s Flower of the Day):

Maybe it’s not natural, but this man-made red is fun and surrounded by peaceful water:

My red kayak; captured in Dana Point Harbor, California.

Some shots of people in red stood out this year:

My daughter all dressed up for the Marine ball.

My husband’s favorite red hat stands out against turquoise waters of Oahu, Hawaii.

I hope everyone is enjoying their holiday season. Take time to appreciate the little things.

Splash of red on this year’s Christmas tree.

Published by Dawn Palmer

I am an avid nature and ecology lover and enjoy sharing my photography in my blog writings. I will often be out early in the morning or late in the evening with my camera, trying to capture the peacefulness and beauty around me.

12 thoughts on “CFFC: Splashes of Red

      1. Red is definitely Γ  beautiful color in your photos! The Arizona sunset is stunning! And the dress really is a perfect color for a military ball! Great photography!

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  1. Good ones Dawn. Your hubby would be easy to find on the beach. Your daughter looks gorgeous in the fabulous red dress πŸ™‚
    I worked out why your post is so disjointed and hard to read on my computer when I saw your previous post using my phone and it looked much better.

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