Created by Melissa, of Melissa Hines Photography, Cities in Color was created to push each other creatively, through finding colors in our local cities. Each month Melissa picks her favorite 10 images, with the top three images including their stories. The community chose the color green for the month of March and there were so many creative finds! We are up for another challenge and April’s color is pink.
Melissa has chose her top images and they are as followed:
“I have always been a huge fan of these adorable houses, and I love imagining what they might look like on the inside. The Cities in Color Project inspired me to stop and take a closer look. My daughter happened to pause in front of the green house to fix their crooked door mat, and of course I was thrilled to take the shot.”
“During Spring Break, I took my kids to Butterfly Wonderland in Scottsdale. My daughter, who is my color finding side kick, was quick to point out all of the green in the butterfly emerging gallery. My eye was drawn to the perfect rows of chrysalis and of course the gorgeous green!”
“This is Richmond’s 17th Street farmers market. Located near the river in the Shockoe Bottom area, it has been a gathering place since the late 1700’s. I personally have spent many times here at festivals and with friends, enjoying the city. I was driving by and thought of the nostalgia it has for me and yes, it’s green!”
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We welcome any artist into the group that wants to join in on the adventure. >> JOIN GROUP HERE << This project is a great way to get out in your city and really discover hidden treasures.