The world in pink
Some of the best shades of pink, from vibrant to subtle, from 5 continents around the globe. Plants, sunsets, flamingos, corals, cars, and even temples and turbans!
Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve, California – where bacteria that were able to incorporate arsenic into their DNA were purportedly found. It does look quite otherworldly!
A cafe in Rome, Italy
Snorkeling off the shore of a small island in Indonesia
Ancient temple in Nagano, Japan, illuminated by modern lights
Old cars are still fashionable in Havana, Cuba
We spent a weekend in Aurangabad, India, and I saw many people on the streets wearing pink turbans like this one. Loving the color pink like I do, I HAD to take a picture. When I managed to stop the person pictured here and asked if I could photograph him, we found ourselves suddenly surrounded by over a dozen passers-by who started to fix up his turban and give him directions how to pose.
Flamingo reflections on a rainy day in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania