Weekly Photo Challenge: Green

Gourds with personality at the Columbus Farmers’ Market, September 2012.

 

Lunar New Year in Saigon/HCMC, Vietnam, 2012. Most likely, this bird is a phoenix, which is one of the four sacred animals in Vietnam.

Instead of going to the florist, you buy your plants from the back of a motorbike in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo taken along Hoang Hoa Tam, Ba Dinh, Hanoi. June 2012.

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: My Morning Hibiscus

Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

Weekly Photo Challenge Merge

Weekly Photo Challenge: Urban

Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far

Weekly Photo Challenge: Happy

Weekly Photo Challenge: Big

Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette

Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry

Weekly Photo Challenge is a WordPress-organized series. Each week, there is a different photographic theme. This week’s theme is green. I’ll tag each post with “postaday” and “weekly photo challenge: [insert theme].”

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