Day 126 / 2022 Photo Project365

Colors in Juxtaposition

There is a moment each year which lasts 4-7 days, when three marvelous colors may be seen juxtaposed, overlapping, alongside, in close proximity, or at the very least, near each other. It’s all a matter of timing, as springtime unfolds and the days become warmer. I’m talking about the forsythia’s bright yellow, the Japanese maple’s deep red, and the black cherry’s white blossoms, which overlap beautifully (in my region) at the end of April, or the first week of May. Today’s post is several photos of that moment in 2022…

Camera: iPhone 11pro
Editing: Hipstamatic app
Photographer: Russ Murray aka “remages
Location: Somewhere in Stamford, CT

See you tomorrow… 


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