The State Historical Museum of Russia at the Red Square in Moscow
Red is one of the boldest colors. It can be associated with blood, danger, courage, sacrifice, heat, passion, sexuality, and love. I find it really interesting how this color can be associated with such contrasting concepts. It sure makes things stand out.
I have captured my fair share of photographs around the world where the color red as the main subject in the image.
A red “fishy apple” on a “Label GMO food” car in Portland, OR
The red sari really stands out from the crowd.
A sea of red created by Nochebuenas (poinsettias) at a market in Mexico City.
The night lights in Portland create a red scene.
The red room inside the USS Blueback Submarine.
A red shirt and red fence by the railroads in India.
An modern art exhibition of a giant red shoe in Paris, France.
Red concert lights at the Rock Werchter music festival in Belgium.
A red tractor filling up with gas at the station in India.
The red roof and sign at Pike Place Market, Seattle
The red Photo Parlor at the Portland CityFair.
The red walls inside the Sunshine Mill Winery, The Dalles, OR
A red truck staring at you in India.
A quinceañera red gown by the waterfront in Portland.
A room inside the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia
The Beatle’s “Strawberry Fields” were actually based on the ones in this picture. Liverpool, UK
Rickshaw man’s red hair.
Red tulips at Woodburn, Oregon
Red fire truck in rural India.
A red bird stands out amongst the white snow in Durham, North Carolina
Entrance to the Red Barn of the Museum of Flight, Seattle