Away with the colors of Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa. Show us what “yellow” means to you.

Photo by Krista Stevens (CC BY-SA 2.0)

This holiday season, we’re throwing you a photo challenge color curveball. Many of us around the world are ensconced in the holiday season. You may be surrounded with blue and silver if you’re celebrating Hanukkah; black, red, and green, if you’re celebrating Kwanzaa; or festooned with reds and greens if Christmas is coming to your house. With this week’s challenge, show us what yellow means to you.

Photo by Krista Stevens (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Photo by Krista Stevens (CC BY-SA 2.0)

While we love bananas, lemons, and peppers (and you’re more than welcome to show us your yummy, fresh produce), challenge yourself to think beyond fruits and veggies. It could be the pencil you’ve worn down to the nub making holiday to-do lists, the flaxen locks of your child, an eye-catching bit of ribbon, a macro shot of a piece of handed-down amber jewelry, a glass of bubbly champagne, or even a three-photo essay on the way sunlight lands in different areas in your home at different times of the day.

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      1. @Priceless Joy: I took a look at your post and it seems like the pingback link is malformed. I can see part of the code for it above the image. You can copy and paste this code into your post and update it:

        <a href="">Yellow</a>


    1. Hi KG, I looked at your link and everything looks like it’s set up correctly.

      Can you go back into your post and click the “Update” button — that should refire the pingback.


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