Colours of July (Photoblog)๐ŸŒผ๐Ÿ’–

I have a tendency to click photographs of practically everything around me. The commonplace objects seem more interesting in the photos than in plain view. Looking back at the July snaps, most of them are in and around home, here’s a glimpse of my July…

Madagascar Periwinkle
Madagascar Periwinkle

Please correct me if I am wrong with the name. I definitely do not have a green thumb; even money plants have died out under my care. This feisty little plant seems to have a mind of its own and has been in bloom from day one. The flower is the prettiest and the colour is beautifulโค๏ธ

The floral carpet lasts till about 9:00 am
The floral carpet lasts till about 9:00 am

This is a view from my balcony and this floral carpet of yellow lasts till about 9:00 am after which the gardener comes to sweep away the fallen leaves and flowers.

Wet wet wet
Wet wet wet

With a glimpse of my balcony. It’s raining, we have no puddles here, its all grass and concrete and so the grey wet concrete is a colour of the monsoon.

Orange for curtains is a bold colour
Orange for curtains is a bold colour

Indoors.. and this curtain is just right to brighten up the cloudy rainy days. Orange for curtains is a bold colour but happy to have chosen it.

Mustard yellow is gorgeous
Mustard yellow is gorgeous

Mustard yellow is not my first choice of colour; I received this table runner as a gift and love it. Mustard yellow is gorgeous ๐Ÿงก

Magenta or fuchsia, pretty, pretty
Magenta or fuchsia, pretty, pretty

While we are talking of gifts, I received another lovely package. The colour is magenta or fuchsia, pretty, pretty ๐Ÿ’–

Baby pink ceramic
Baby pink ceramic

The baby pink ceramic is pretty enough to eat.

Brown and its coconut that comes to mind at once
Brown and its coconut that comes to mind at once

Brown and its coconut that comes to mind at once. Grating coconut is a task I detest, but it is so indispensable to cooking and I can’t do without it.

Red, yellow and green
Red, yellow and green

I finished slicing the capsicums and then took this snap…love the colours !!

From the ToI newspaper
From the ToI newspaper

This was July, half the year is done…travelling this weekend, will catch up next week.

Till next post, take care !!

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