“White” : Introducing #WorldColors, an Exploration of Color Through Travel Photography


I am thrilled to introduce you to a monthly project I am working on with my friend, @Naomi_Hattaway, writer/photographer/expat extraordinaire (she just moved to Singapore via Delhi).  Together we will be displaying our favorite photographs—both local and global—once a month, centered around a thematic “color.”  This first month, the color is “white.”

You can view Naomi’s photos here.  We invite other bloggers/photographers to join us.  I know Naomi has already had several takers.  If you wish to be a part of our series, please tweet or email one of us.  Or, simply follow along using the hashtag #WorldColors.

Thank you for joining us, and I hope you enjoy the photos!


White temple in Bangkok, Thailand.

A dusting of white snow on Central Park, New York City, USA.

White majesty of La Basilique du Sacré Coeur de Montmartre, Paris, France

White columns of the Agra Fort with a view of the Taj.


White light through a window in Basilica di San Pietro, Roma, Italia.

White chairs on white sand in Koh Samui, Thaliand.

The white mountains of Vail, Colorado, USA.

A sea of white balconies, as viewed from one balcony in the Lebua at State Tower hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.

White roses in a Santa Barbara, California, USA garden.

Man in white, Jama Masjid, Old Delhi, India.

The white sea foam of a Santa Barbara, CA, USA beach.


The white ice of Fox Glacier, New Zealand.

The snow-capped white Himalayas, as viewed while paragliding in Pokhara, Nepal.

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  1. gorgeous photography.

  2. Beautiful! I love the differences between our two groups of white!! The light in the Basilica? Stunning! So excited for our project!!!

  3. Thank you! I also appreciate each of our interpretations…can’t wait for more! So much fun <3

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