Turquoise Around The World

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The turquoise dolphin waters at Xel Ha, Cancun

I just love the color turquoise which is a combination of green and blue and takes its name from the turquoise gem. I don’t have a favorite color but this one is definitely a contender.

I love that peaceful characteristic that comes from green and blue and together become a bright and cheerful color. I have captured the color turquoise around the world from Mexican waters to Indian walls but none in Turkey which is where the color name comes from as the gem was originally imported from Turkey, and turquoise is French for Turkish. 

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A sleeping cat soaking the sun next to a turquoise fence.

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Turquoise walls at this birthday party in India.

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A beautiful sari on the right with turquoise hues.

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The woman’s turquoise shirt stands out from the colorful photo at the mercado de Jamaica, Mexico City.

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These indian men submerge their feet in turquoise waters to have fish clean their feet.

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The seas in Acapulco are a clear turquoise compared to the blue of the sky.

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Turquoise in the background in this regular portland scene.

And if none of the fruity stuff satisfies you, you can get some crunchy savory snacks instead.

This Indian man’s snack stall is painted in colorful turquoise.

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The Sea Dragon has a turquoise base at the City Fair in Portland.

Painted flowers in India.

A turquoise fence.

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Guatemalan worry dolls in a turquoise package.

After 3-5 days in Budapest, take the train to Vienna!

At the train station in Budapest, I found some turquoise.

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A beautiful turquoise dome in Vienna, Austria

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Another turquoise wall in India.

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The Seaside, Oregon welcome art is well matched with turquoise.

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And a turquoise trashcan lends itself for me to feed the squirrel in India.

Which one was your favorite?

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