Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Rainbow Colors

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week asks us to show off a few photos, each containing at least four strong colours.

immediately come to mind are pictures taken in Biei and Furano in Hokkaido, Japan.


For more pictures of rainbow colors, please see my earlier post https://retireediary.wordpress.com/2012/08/01/the-rainbow-of-flowers-in-biei-and-furano-japan/

Hopefully, this post will allow me time in catching up with posting on the blog and responding to readers’ comments after my travels.

127 thoughts on “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Rainbow Colors

    • Sometimes, I hate to go on long trips to places where they don’t have WiFi as emails just piled up. Hope readers are patient enough to see my latest photos. Thank you 🙂

  1. Wow! This brought a burst of brightness and cheer to my day! Imagine a husband giving a bed of flowers like this to a wife! This is awesome. Thank s for sharing. I missed your posts! Glad I’m back to see them again.

    • Glad that this cheers you up. Have not been responding / posting for a week, so plenty to catch up. Thank you for the perusal and the like 🙂

    • Hi happyface313, if you like, you may download the picture and frame it; but I suspect the resolution is not great. Thank you for the continued perusal and the like 🙂

    • Hi Kathleen, I think the tulips in Holland are on flat ground and the flowers in Hokkaido on rolling hills are more interesting. Thank you 🙂

  2. Thanks for posting these gorgeous flowers. I was lucky to photograph some lavender fields in Tasmania, but I wasn’t able to get photos of some of the beautiful flower farm fields in California my family and I passed on a vacation there. My husband and children had tired of me saying “Stop the car, I want to take a picture” as I done dozens of times already. They were hungry and wanted to go directly to a restaurant. My photos out the window weren’t very good. You inspire me to make another trip there. Thanks for visiting my post (I’m a Tasmaniac) that included my lavender field photo.

    • Hi, my brothers have both visited Tasmania. Someday, I would like to visit this beautiful place too. Many thanks for the perusal and the support 🙂

    • Hi day3of, I am still catching up with my mail and other things. Unfortunately, my PC has broken down and when using WiFi and notebook, WP Admin do not seem to recognize my user name and password. I hope this can be resolved. Thanks very much for your concern 🙂

  3. Beautiful, gorgeous, wonderful… not enough adjectives to describe the superbly strong colours. A real treat to see in a photo so must be breathtaking in real life.

    • Hi, thanks so much for the nomination which I understand is an important award. I have decided not to pursue or accept any nomination / award during my retirement and for this reason, I have already turned down all similar awards. Knowing that my blog is read in many places of the world (over 160 countries) is already my biggest reward. With regret, I have to decline the nomination. Thank you once again for the nomination which is very much appreciated! Best wishes to you also, Michael

    • I completely understand, Michael. It is a “gift” with teeth. It does involve a lot of work. Thank you all the same, Dorothea

  4. Thanks for liking my post about Mexican churches. The church at Zegache almost matches these flower fields! When you posted this, I forwarded it to a friend in Alaska who loves both flowers and Japan. Thanks. All your photos are gorgeous.

    • I haven’t been to Holland but have seen the pictures of tulips there. Think they are not on rolling hills. The gentle hills make the picture more wavy and 3 dimensional. Thanks for the perusal and kind comment 🙂

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