It’s time to be happy, healthy and wise–it’s time for pink!
Pink is sweet and frilly and who takes pink seriously? When I was writing Dragon Fae, I write about what the fae wear sometimes that reflects on their personalities. Ena is a dragon shifter fae. She wears black, Goth like, because think about it. If she wore pink, who would see her as anything but sweet and innocent and all cotton candy?
When you think of the Pink Panther vs a Black Panther, what comes to mind? Clownish vs scary. Sure, if you came across the Pink Panther, you would probably smile. You see a black panther in the jungle, you’d definitely lose the smile.
My favorite pink is a dusty rose. There’s pale pink, to shocking pink and every shade in between. Here are some pink pictures to get you in the pink!
A double pink rose at the arboretum in between storm showers.
A shocking pink rose in contrast to the black in The Ancient Fae.
A bright pink blankie for a bright orange female orangutan.
Pink flamingos of course!
A pretty pink blur behind the pretty pink flowers in macro.
A cluster of pink.
Orchids in Moody Gardens Rainforest.
Pink? Sea anemones? Or urchins?
Pink multi-colored alpaca bear I made.
Pink mohair bear, and the pink symbol for breast cancer awareness.
A stormy sky with a pink sunset above the wheat fields.
A pink bikini that says sweet, right?
What better way to show off some pink!
There are pink dolphins in the Amazon River! And in Savage Hunger. And pink salmon and pink shrimp. Did you know that there are sharks that turn pink because they eat so many shrimp?
Forgot my pink poodle skirt bears–perfect for that 50’s look!
Hope you are having a healthy happy pink kind of day. If you’re a guy, do you wear pink? My dad wore a pink dress shirt with black trousers and a black suit coat and black tie. He looked very elegant when he and my mother went dancing. Of course his male friends teased him because all their wives said they wished their husbands were brave enough to wear the color. 🙂
I’m back to the jungle and pink sunsets!
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male!”
Greetings from the professor! These photos sure conjure up the hunger for spring. Pink it is… How about you?
Yay, the Prof is back! I sure hope I get an “A+”! 🙂 Yes, spring! Then everything is blooming pink! Absolutely feeling the pink. When I was sharing other pictures, I had found a pink poodle, beautiful, and did you know the Pink Panther has a pink mobile? 🙂 Back to my jungle of green….
Pink is against the professor’s favorite colors. Did you know that? Green is much better. 🙂
I love pink. In it’s palest state it is the main wall color in my house as an off white. It is always flattering. It is soothing pale and energizing when bold.
For clothing, it is hard not to have it look cheap unless it is very subtle.
I had a pale peach for my walls in my old house that the guys thought was pink and really were like my husband was brave to have such a color in his house. But it was peach to match the peach tiles and very stylish, cheerful, and inviting. 🙂 Loved it. And they changed their minds too and thought it was really nice after it was all done! 🙂 Pink is flattering. Yellow can make a person look sallow, but pink brightens.
Sure do love your photos and the way you think, Terry! I ck out every post you make… email@example.com
Ah, thanks so much. I always wonder if anyone listens. LOL 🙂 Or if I’m mainly just talking to myself! 🙂 Oh, and no one ever said anything about what is famous in literature that is described as yellow!
When I think of pink, I think of pink elephants. I used to be a candystriper at a hospital and one of my jobs was to hand out these pink elephants to the sick people.
I also think of Victoria Secret Pink line.
So pink makes me think of sick and sexy. Lol
Bonnie, you are too funny. Yes, I can see Victoria Secrets and their hot pink boxes or bags. You give that to anyone, and instantly they smile. 🙂
To the Prof, then green it is! Tomorrow!