Weekly Photo Challenge: Purple

By Vladimir Brezina

This week’s Photo Challenge is Purple.

Purple is a color created by mixing red and blue. So there is a range of purples, depending on how much red and how much blue you mix together.

And the entire range of purples can be seen simultaneously at sunrise or sunset, as the red tinge of the rising or setting sun infuses the blue of the sky…

All from our recent Long Island Kayak Circumnavigation.

Other nice “Purple” posts:

92 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Purple

  1. Great shots of the sky and the water hitting the shore. I used to live on Long Island – Babylon. I wasn’t into photography then. I guess I missed out on all those beautiful skies. Nice job ….

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  2. Beautiful sunsets – such lovely color!
    Thanks so much for the link!

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  3. This is pretty :D Purple sunsets give a very relaxing hue to the landscape~ Loved it!

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  4. Utterly stunning!! I love looking at purple sunsets, it gives a relaxing hue to the landscape~ Loved the shots!

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  5. Gorgeous set of purples :-o Cloud photographies always impress me for the diversity they can show. Thank you Vladimir for the share!

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  6. lady Lianna Ellusive

    Sunsets are magical

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  8. Wow, these photos leave me speechless. They are so incredibly beautiful! Did you take them while you were kayaking? Looks like you’ve received a lot of admirers:) Beautiful entry! I also appreciate you mentioning my blogs. :) Nicole

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  10. Beautiful photos! Thanks for the like on my Purple post.
    Kind greetings,
    Marianne

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  12. fantastic sunsets photos. the colors are amazing.

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  13. Simply Gorgeous!

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  14. Beautiful photos – sunset, a time to relax and enjoy.

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