The rules entail that I publish a post with five original shots from my travels, that best represent the colours blue, green, yellow, white and red, on or before 9 October. I then need to tag five other bloggers and link back to Travelsupermarket on Facebook or Twitter with @travelsupermkt and #CTC13 hashtags.
So here are my five snapshots, all from Asia for a change:
BLUE: DECAYING DECADENCE – LUCKNOW, INDIA
Every street in Lucknow boasts forlornly beautiful architecture, that hint at the legendary lifestyle of the Nawabs of Awadh. A walk through the old town – spruced up two years ago, but already well on its way back into its former grittiness – is highly recommended. Not least for its famed street food.
YELLOW: ANTIQUE BUDDHAS IN WAT VISOUN – LUANG PRABANG, LAOS
Wat Visoun is one of the oldest temples in Luang Prabang and holds some exquisite antique sculpture. Like these gilded Buddhas in the ‘calling for rain’ pose.
WHITE: MAHARAJA’S BALCONY, RAMNAGAR FORT – VARANASI, INDIA
The carved white marble balcony of ‘Kashi Naresh’, the erstwhile maharajah of Varanasi, in Ramnagar fort is a striking contrast to the red sandstone of the rest of the building.
GREEN: BREATHTAKING DESOLATION IN BENG MEALEA – SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA
Of all the ruined temples in Siem Reap, the whispering silence of Beng Mealea spoke to us the most.
This challenge is open to everyone – you don’t need to be nominated to take part. The deadline for submitting your entry is 9 October.
If you don’t have a Facebook or Twitter account simply email your entry to capturethecolour[at]travelsupermarket.com, complete with your name, address and phone number.
Good luck to Suzanne and Hanel and to all my blogger friends that are taking part in this challenge.