Yellow is the colour of the sun, it brightens the day in so many ways.
In Disney Land yellow is evident and this reflects in the smiles on the faces of the crowd. No-one visiting has come for a bad time but to join in, submerging in the yellow submarines, and joining in the Grand Parade. My highlight for the day was doing a jive in the street with Dick Tracy. I felt like I was on a movie set as the street cleared and a ring of people surrounded us to watch, but he does not fit the challenge as he wasn’t wearing yellow.
High on a hill without the lonely goat-herd a sunny yellow umbrella added bright colour to the magnificent vista we had to look at whilst we sipped on our orange juices.
In other places such as Isola Bella in Lake Maggiore yellow is protective against the gentle rain that fell.
In rooms yellow always brightens sometimes in a surrealistic manner, others
as in the Australian artist’s, Margaret Olley, house comforting colour amongst the clutter. More of her house can be seen here.
Yellow is part of my past history with the cute little me next to the yellow bench
and ticket stubbs that luckily I photographed to remind me of places visited.
Yellow is also the colour of my original mock cover for my manuscript and my final photographs is purely indulgence on my part. This little worm visited me at Jaspers, my breakfast bakery one morning. This gallery if you click on the first photo then click through quickly, as quickly as the scroller will allow and still give clarity, you too will have the pleasure of his movement.
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge Yellow