This week I’m back with a post for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge👍I was once again surprised at the colour pallet so some things that I wouldn’t have thought of including will make it in. Also there’s what passes as Ocean colours in the UK’s coastal waters😅
Let’s start with something that isn’t controversial…
…The blue of the Atlantic Ocean churned up by the propellers of a ferry.
In the UK, the colour is more likely to be what I jokingly call ‘Tilbury Tint’…
…as illustrated by the tidal River Thames at West Thurrock.
Arriva, outside of London, paint their vehicles in a shade of blue that fits this week’s colour requirement. In fact, they used to use two shades as in the example below…
…A Plaxton bodied DAF passing through Elstree.
Finally, here’s a section of a mural on the Metropolitan Railway bridge at Kilburn…
These are all wonderful blues for this week’s color 😀 😀
Thanks Cee 😎👍
I love the bus – and the mural. Your Tilbury Tint reminds me of most off my photos!😅 😂
🤣- yes we all have some photos like that 😅
Thanks Marie 😎👍
Ocean colors are probably my favorite. I love the color of the bus. But the first photo of the Atlantic is the perfect blue!
Hi Debra 😎 The sea is definitely much bluer near the equator than in the northern waters around Britain. The shot was taken during a visit to the Canary Islands 👍