Weekly Photo Challenge: Simple


Idaho Hills

A gentle green hillside, bare, treeless, beautiful. I took this photo in the south of Idaho in the summer of 2011. That same summer I travelled to the far north and took another photo of another simple hillside, this time in the Canadian North West Territories.

Northwest Territories, Canada

I love the simplicity of a rainbow. Just water and light, mixing together to show the glorious colours of a rainbow.

rainbow over the plains

A sunset is another display of nature using simple ingredients to paint the sky and in this case, our van.

The sun is the artist who painted our car.

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14 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Simple

  1. Love the photos of the hills and the rainbow. Great shots!

  2. The Idaho Hills look like they were draped with a soft cloth. Very simple and beautiful!

  3. clean and simple….all the pictures. I am sending you a HUG award,hope you like it. Best wishes….(http://ahopefortoday.com/2012/01/14/hope-unites-globally-hug-award-guidelines/)

  4. beautiful hills, especially the first picture!

  5. the simplicity of the rainbow is beautiful–Simply beautiful! I have always enjoyed your photographs,thanks for sharing your art. I am sending you a big “HUG” award and hope you will like it.Best Wishes..

  6. Chancy, Mumsy and Crew

    Beautiful! I love the blue sky with the rainbow about the green grass. All those colors are nice. Hugs

  7. Came for a second look because these are so lovely!

  8. Green green green is green … I love it.

  9. Wow, those Idaho hills look a lot like the ones here in Northern California. Pretty!

  10. Great set. Love the first photo, the colors are amazing, so eye pleasing!

  11. Northern Narratives

    I like the green color of the Idaho Hills 🙂

  12. Love that velvety look and feel of the Idaho hills on the first image. Very appropriate for the current theme.

  13. Pure and simple. I love the car pic, very nice.

  14. Maggie – very nice …and of course simple. Great interpretations.

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