Photo Blogging Challenge – Vibrant

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The theme for the April photo blogging challenge was “Vibrant”.

I had a bunch of different ideas of where I could go with this post. Just use photos from Boston Marathon weekend, photos of the neon workout gear November Project members wear when working out, public art I found on my walks, Fenway Park and the super green grass there, cosplayers at PAX East video game convention…lets just say inspiration was not a problem this month. 🙂 Weeding down to select the best photos from the bunch was my struggle.

Cancer

This ad for Taketa Oncology wrapped the Red Line 

I thought both the color and messaging were vibrant. (Since I’m on the board of RACE Cancer Foundation – I aspire to the same thing.)

Fenway

The vibrant colors of Fenway Park in Boston always make me smile.

Here’s some of the field and our famous “Green Monster” wall.

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Here’s some vibrant public art on High Street in Boston – that combines the ideas in my 1st two photos well.

marathon runner

Just before mile 25 of the Boston Marathon 2016

One of my favorite things to do on Boston Marathon weekend is cheer on the runners.

I was near mile 25 this year, looking to snap pictures of runners in November Project tagged gear, when this woman ran by.

The shirts that the runners are wearing are vibrant but the energy of the crowd was electric!

PAX

This cosplayer from the video game Legend of Zelda is quite vibrant.

I spotted her at PAX East in Boston.

Hope you enjoyed my photos this month!

I’m looking forward to seeing what other participants came up with.

This monthly photo blogging challenge is facilitated by PJ of the Northeast Bloggers Network.

Thanks for inspiring me to take more photos!

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6 thoughts on “Photo Blogging Challenge – Vibrant

  1. Thanks for sharing a slice of your Boston. That Zelda cosplayer coming by was a great piece of luck. But more importantly, you were ready to take the shot. Way to go!

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