This fun challenge is brought to us by Patti. From her blog post: “For this challenge, pick a color and select several photos that feature that color. Start with a photo of a big subject in that color (for example, a wall) and move all the way down to a small subject in that same color (for example, an earring).”
Red is the first of two colors I chose. The image at the top of the page is the largest red image I could think of. The University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium is filled with over 92,000 fans and is lit up in red in between quarters during football games in the fall. Next is a red NASCAR car with the pit crew in red uniforms during a pit stop. Even smaller is the red sweater worn by the University of Georgia’s mascot, a white English Bulldog named Uga. The smallest red items are tiny red Penta flowers in my garden.
My second color is green. Emerald green fields in Ireland are the largest. Next is a the Jolly Green Giant Statue in Minnesota. If you look closely you can see Henry standing between his feet. A female Painted Bunting is next followed by a closeup of a tiny green lynx spider on a zinnia.
Many thanks to guest host Patti for the challenge. Please be sure to visit her post at Lens-Artists Challenge #151: From Large to Small