CAROLYN'S COMPOSITIONS

December 20, 2014

December Yellow


CAROLYN’S COMPOSITIONS

YELLOW IN DECEMBER

On the Diamond in Ligonier, PA

On the Diamond in Ligonier, PA

‘Tis the season…SAD (seasonal affect disorder) initiated by dark, drab days and depression brought on by unfulfilled holiday expectations, stress, and bad memories.

The WordPress photo challenge for December 19, 2014, is yellow: Away with the colors of Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa. Show us what “yellow” means to you.

Yellow. The color of sunshine, what many people not joyous in the season crave. Sunshine—its cheerfulness, warmth, happiness and energy. It evokes pleasant feelings.

I leafed through my recent photographs and discovered yellow in clothing, nature, art, and signs.

Start with a yellow hat...

Start with a yellow hat…

Add a yellow shirt...

Add a yellow shirt…

End with yellow pants.

End with yellow pants.

Autumn yellow

Autumn yellow

Yellow announces spring

Yellow announces spring

What's this? Forsythia on Thanksgiving?

What’s this? Forsythia on Thanksgiving?

And after the cold and snow, it's blooming?

And after the cold and snow, it’s blooming?

Art found on the road filled with sinkholes, due to underground mines burning in Centralia, PA

Art found on the road filled with sinkholes, due to underground mines burning in Centralia, PA

And finally, a sign found in Ligonier, PA---during Ligonier Days

And finally, a sign found in Ligonier, PA—during Ligonier Days

 

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1 Comment »

  1. Yellow reminds me of my mother. she liked yellow. I planted a yellow rose bush by my back door…in memory of her.
    We use the back door more than the front. I see it several times a day. 🙂

    Comment by merry101 — December 20, 2014 @ 1:45 am | Reply


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