10 Images I Love With Vibrant Pops of Pink

I want to make a shout out to the colour pink. Love it or hate it, it's always going to be around. I thought I would share 10 of my favourite images involving a pop of pink. These are from my personal collection, taken in Europe, NZ & the USA.

1. DOLLAR DOLLAR BILL YA 

Photo credit | Cheyney McDonnell

This is one of my all time favourite images. I was handed this change in New York City. I still have the original note & took many pictures of it. I'm not sure if it's intentional or accidental but I love the splash of fuchsia on the greenback. Money from New Zealand looks like play money so to me, the USD looks dull in comparison. Happy mistake? 

2. JO & THE JUICE

Photo credit | Cheyney McDonnell

I visited this place with my good friends Victoria & Danielle in London. I love the pink logo against the aqua background. I devoured a tomato, mozzarella & basil panini. Almost 5 years ago now & I still remember it like it was yesterday. A combination of good food, great company & my love for this pink logo kept the memory fresh. 

3. PINK HIBISCUS

Photo credit | Cheyney McDonnell

This photo was taken in Honolulu while sightseeing with my Aunty. Look at how perfect it is. A vibrant splash of colour made by nature. Joy to my eyeballs.

4. THE EXPLORATORIUM

Photo credit | Cheyney McDonnell

Now this was fun! The Exploratorium on Fisherman's Wharf. If you are headed to San Fran anytime soon, this must go on your itinerary! It's a science museum / discovery centre / sensory playground. This was a room that captured movement & projected visuals onto a big screen. That's me on the left taking a photo of my captured / projected movements. I loved the colours & spent about 15 mins in there, poor kids waiting to get in just had to wait their turn. 

5. KUNSTHAUS TACHELES

Photo credit: Cheyney McDonnell | Artist: Unknown

Taken in Kunsthaus Tacheles in Berlin. I have heard a rumour that it was demolished? (sad face). It was an old abandoned building where no surface was free from street art or graffiti. This was a poster pasted to the underside of a stairwell. I love the pink in this poster!

6. PIKE PLACE FLOWERS

Photo credit | Cheyney McDonnell

Flowers from Pike Place Market in Seattle. Can't walk past em', they get me every time!

7. JAMES SMITH CNR

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James Smith Corner in Wellington. I love this building. Especially against a blue sky. For me, it's like art deco meets candy store. When I was living in Wellington it always had a weird vibe, the outside never matched the inside. There was an Army surplus store, a few tarot readers & some junky jewellery vendors. 

8. WARM AMBER & PEACH

Camille Co. wouldn't have gotten away with having a range sans pink. Check out Warm Amber & Peach.

9. PINK GLASS ART

Photo credit: Cheyney McDonnell | Artist: Unknown

Found at the Tacoma Glass Museum in Washington. This is glass, why do I want to eat it? Because it looks like candy! I recommend everyone sees glass blowing at least once to appreciate how difficult it is.

10. PINK SKELETON STREET ART

Photo credit: Cheyney McDonnell | Artist: Unknown

Clever street art found in Paris. A message to whoever did this, I think you're a genius & I want to be your friend, call me. 

What's your opinion of pink? Does it evoke anything inside of you? Do any of these images leave you as tickled pink as they do me?

Until next time, (ha, notice that even my sign off is pink?)


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  • MARGARET CRONK

    lovely way to start the day with a bright splash of Pink…………..thank you!

  • Gwyn

    10


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