Weekly Photo Challenge: Blue

Endless Blue Spring Skies | Sardinia, Italy

I just love this old farmhouse. I’ve photographed it many times, in every season. I did crop and play with the colours (slightly) on this photo as I wanted to bring out the brightness of the contrasting colours.

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Want to see what this photo during a beautiful winter day?

Endless Blue Winter Skies | Sardinia, Italy

Still beautifully blue, eh? And hardly edited!

What do you think?

About Jennifer Avventura

Canadian Freelance writer living in Sardinia, Italy. A serial expat who has lived in Australia, England and Cayman Islands. She eats Nutella with a spoon and hides under the bed during lightning storms. When she's not out running 6k you will find her sitting at the computer - writing her novel and searching for worldwide waitress work.
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31 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Blue

  1. aparnanairphotography says:

    This is a terrific photo and perfect for this weekly challenge. How beautiful. I almost feel like the picture draws you in!

    • Thank you very much! I should have cropped the first photo a little more, I was bent down with the camera though a wire gate and you can see the gate slightly to the left of the photo. Im proud of these photos, thank you again. 🙂

      • aparnanairphotography says:

        Jennifer, I have absolutely no critiques of this photo. The wire gate shadow adds character. PS. You’re not going to Venice carnivale this upcoming year are you? If so, it would be great to go photo shooting together!

      • I think I’m too critical of my work sometimes. 😉 Carnivale in Venice this year … I wish. I need to work this year! If I ever make it over, Ill let you know. Thank you again for your kind comment! 🙂

  2. LuckyPorcupine says:

    These are gorgeous Jennifer!

  3. thirdeyemom says:

    Love this photo with the deep gorgeous blue…. My favorite color!!! Beautiful! I can’t wait to get home and do mine! I just have to scan it but I know exactly what I will do.

  4. Robin says:

    I think it’s absolutely stunning. And love the difference between the two seasons

  5. Great shot. Love the richness of the first one and also interesting to see how the land is bare in winter, too.

  6. livvy30 says:

    WOW! There’s blue!

  7. Wow, what blue skies! Love them.

  8. reb says:

    Awesome shots … rich colour!

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  10. Awesome, and then some thought visiting my head. Why don’y you make a time lapse photo/video of the house from season to season. I think it will be very great.

  11. ailsapm says:

    Gorgeous, Jennifer, I especially love that top photo, the colours are so vibrant! xxx Ailsa

  12. beautiful skies & contrasts!

  13. Jo Bryant says:

    these are both good Jennifer but that first image is stunning

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  16. eof737 says:

    These are gorgeous choices… 😉

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  18. Lovely BLUE… It makes me think of the praries and the wheat fields. Does the grass/wheat turn yellow? That would be a cool contrast with the amazing blue skies in Sardina… maybe? The colours are so saturated and lovely regardless.

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  21. Nisha says:

    I came here to see other photos of the house. Just one word. Terrific!

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