Orange Around The World

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Orange in the fire and surroundings during a Dhuni ritual in India.

In Europe and America, orange is commonly associated with amusement, the unconventional, extroverts, fire, activity, danger, taste and aroma, the autumn season, and Protestantism. In Asia, it is an important symbolic colour of Buddhism and Hinduism. What range of emotions and characteristic the color orange offers!

I have some great captures around the world that embody this fiery colour. Enjoy!

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Craft beer at the Oregon Brew Fest.
cannon mountain nh8
Foliage orange in New Hampshire.
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Orange at the bar where The Beatles used to play in Liverpool, UK.
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A rural girl in India wearing an orange dress.
Neon Signs at the Tube, London
Neon Signs at the Tube, London
Rocks contained on top of a worker's head in India.
Orange roller truck in India.
Indian Cow
Indian Cow
Saint Basil's Cathedral, Moscow, Russia
Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow, Russia
Fontana di Trevi, Rome, Italy
A tough of orange near the Fontana di Trevi, Rome, Italy
Orange light from the sunset in Seattle, WA.
portland waterfront
Fall in Portland.
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An orange rose at the Washington Park Rose Test Garden, Portland.
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The altar of a the Oregon Buddhist Temple.
Which one was your favorite?

16 thoughts on “Orange Around The World

  1. St Basil’s Cathedral wins for me!


    1. I think that might be one of my top photos 🙂


      1. Absolutely gorgeous Mani. Just love it!


  2. Sun set in Seattle. ?


  3. The Indian cow is a great image.


  4. Great photos! The Trevi Fountain made me look twice!

    Meg @ Mapping Megan


  5. I love the smile of the girl in the orange dress! Beautiful energy.


  6. Humm Just one? Saint Basil’s Cathedral


  7. Gorgeous photos, Mani! They are so vibrant!


  8. Gorgeous photos! The cow is my fave 🙂


  9. Loved your orange photos! Found them very interesting, especially the one of the Indian cow 🙂


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