While I usually like to see tight composition and graphic elements in photographs, this example of red - which is clearly focused on the lady - beautifully captures the atmosphere of a single moment on a hot summer night in a Chinese street market.

Asian Food Life on Nanchang Lu: Capture the Colour Contest: China in Five Colours

Indian wedding in Jodhpur, India. There's a lot going on here and I might have been inclined to crop in closer. It appears the main subject - the bride - is the lady on the left while the photographer has chosen to follow her gaze and bring our attention to the passer-by. Intriguing.

I was very kindly nominated to be part of the Capture the Colour competition right from the very start of the project.

Not only has this image captured the colour red, but the facial expressions capture a sensual spirit of the Chiang Mai fest.

Capture The Colour - The world in colours

Traditional 'Lanna' style attire during a performance in Chiang Mai, Thailand

In an emrgency, press the shutter. An interesing look at what looks like an emergency window on a train. I really like the feel of motion while sitting still.

In an emrgency, press the shutter. An interesing look at what looks like an emergency window on a train. I really like the feel of motion while sitting still.

Adding a fresh lick of paint to the Red Fort in Agra, India. I like the feel to this photograph: the home-made ladders, the enthusiam of the boys and the chap on the ledge without any shoes on. His friend in red shorts has no shoes either. Great story.

Capture The Colour – Travel Supermarket competition

Adding a fresh lick of paint to the Red Fort in Agra, India. I like the feel to this photograph: the home-made ladders, the enthusiam of the boys and the chap on the ledge without any shoes on. His friend in red shorts has no shoes either.

Eating Out in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I like the bold red background of the passing songthaew. Often we see a sharp (panned) red with a blurred background, like Ferrais in F1 racing, so this works (for me) as an opposite of that.

Eating Out in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I like the bold red background of the passing songthaew. Often we see a sharp (panned) red with a blurred background, like Ferrais in racing, so this works (for me) as an opposite of that.

Hawaiian torch twirling in Maui.

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