Weekly Photo Challenge – Vibrant

Here are my entries for the Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge:  Vibrant

We’ve had a lot of grey and gloomy days so far this winter – not great light for outdoor photography, so only the third image in this series is recent. The rest are shots I dug out of my archives that I felt really fit the bill:

Outdoor festival in a small Swiss village

Outdoor festival in a small Swiss village

Ceramics in Tuscany

Ceramics in Tuscany

Montréal Street Art

Montréal Street Art

Flatiron Building - Toronto

Flatiron Building – Toronto

Though it does make for an eclectic mix, the vibrant nature of each of these shots leaves me feeling like summer could be just around the corner.

As always, thank you for looking 🙂


About Norm 2.0

World’s youngest grumpy old man & heart failure wonder boy. Interests: writing, woodworking, photography, travel, tennis, wine, and I know a bit about power tools.
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20 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge – Vibrant

  1. pommepal says:

    Love the street art and I am very partial to the glowing, vibrant colours of Tuscany.

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  2. facetfully says:

    👍for the graffiti!

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  3. Your choice of subjects is really interesting, I especially love that you included the Flatiron Building in Toronto.

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  4. Great photos for ‘Vibrant’. 🙂

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  5. Love your choices, Norm, especially the Tuscan ware and the Montreal street art. Heaven forbid we should only be able to post photos taken that day or week! I’d never be able to participate. 🙂


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  6. joannesisco says:

    Great photos Norm. The ceramic tap/fountain is a stand-out … and of course, I love the flatiron building!

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      I had to practically pry Honey away from that ceramics shop. “Yeah, but how are we gonna get it home in once piece?” was my go-to phrase that day 🙂


      • joannesisco says:

        oooo – if I had been there, I would have whispered to her “they will ship it home for you” 😉
        There is so much excitement when it FINALLY arrives … like reliving the trip all over again 🙂


  7. I’m not hip or cool enough to understand the street art but I can certainly appreciate the craftsmanship required to create it. 🙂

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  8. Dan Antion says:

    I love the flat iron building. So many cities have that structure, but this is sharp looking.

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  9. Oh yes, I can see how these colours brighten up the most gloomiest of days, Norm. The street art is wonderful. The guys that do this work have some great talent.

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