Some Red, not too much.
A Little Red.
She could walk down this trail faster than I can run. Pisac, Peru.
The red flag means they have beer for sale. It is made from corn and tastes terrible. The house is a whole other story. Otusco, Peru.
Red stone monkey.
Hindu and Buddhist cultures living side by side without constantly fighting. What a concept! Tibetan refugee camp, Patan, Nepal.
Ship yard paint tests.
When you test paint colors in a shipyard I guess anywhere will do. Paros, Greece.
If this is a political poster the message is indecipherable. Montezuma, Costa Rica.
Red table, black dog.
The fog had left after the table was set out. What the dog is doing out there is anybody's guess. Indonesia.
I couldn't have set this up if I tried. White horse, red stool, white rocking chair, I mean come on. Peterborough, New Hampshire.
Every time they have a revolution in South America it seems to get worse. Civic museum, Lima Peru.
Car with cross.
Customizing cars is one thing, but wine corks glued to a cross is a new one on me. Portland, Oregon.
Hearts on a church wall.
I have problems accepting grafitti consisting of mere tags, but this one moved me. Trastevere, Rome.
Red flag,black star.
The flag is supposed to have a green star not black. Maybe it is just the bad light in the souk. Fez, Morocco.
The color red for this house seems particularly relevant since Lenin lived here. Rome.
Lips poster in the Metro.
It is impossible to remember what this poster was advertising. I wonder why? Metro station, Paris, France.
One or two flowered balconies.
At least a few people tried to brighten up their balconies. If I had to live here, I'd do a lot more than try. Gothenburg, Sweden.
Red car palms.
Red palms on the beach. Kailua-Kona, Big Island, Hawaii.
Bringing home the Firewood.
If you are going to eat, a fire is necessary to do the cooking. The wood for the fire comes on her back. Guatemala.
Contrast is the only thing that allows us to discern, to differentiate one thing from another. Something bright surrounded by more neutrals naturally focuses anyone's attention. Perhaps mine more than others. Maybe I just have an affinity for red.