Friendly Friday: Pink from Around the World

Thanks to Sheree, I recently discovered the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge.  Each week, a new topic is set by one of the hosts, Sandy or Amanda.  Once the topic is posted, we have a week to create a post featuring one photo or a group of photos based on the topic.  This week, the challenge is hosted by Amanda, and the theme is pink!


I think I might have gotten a little carried away.  The following photos are from various parts of the world that I have lived in or visited.  Going through my archives looking for pink, I enjoyed remembering so many wonderful times, people, and places!

Precious in Pink …

Carnival in Bacolod, Philippines
Carnival in Bacolod, Philippines (2016)
Summer camp kids in Mongolia
Summer camp in Mongolia (2018)

Flowers in Pink …

Plumeria in Malaysia
Plumeria in Malaysia (2012)
Pink Plumeria, Bacolod, Philippines front yard
Plumeria in the Philippines (2015)
Orchids at Hong Kong Botanical Gardens
Orchids in Hong Kong (2018)
Oleander, Bangkok, Thailand
Oleander in Thailand (2017)

Funtimes in Pink …

Pink in Bangkok, Thailand
Elephant Parade in Bangkok, Thailand (2015)
The Pink Shimmer in Macau at Chinese New Year 2019
Shimmers at the Chinese New Year festival in Macau, PRC (2019)

Sunset in Pink …

Perpignan Skies from my back window
Out my back window in Perpignan, France (2020)

I hope you enjoyed these pink-themed photos, and if you’d like to see more “pink” photos, click here.

Thank you for stopping by.  Stay safe, stay well!

11 Comments Add yours

  1. Forestwood says:

    How amazing are the kids on their colorful shirts? A camp in Mongolia would be a unique experience.
    You’ve presented a beautifully rich collection of floral shots as well, Brenda. Well done and welcome to the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge.
    I look forward to more of your posts.

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    1. Thank you for the welcome and the nice comments, Amanda! Yes, I did the summer camp for several years and it was an amazing experience. The kids are incredible! I did tye-dye myself when I was a kid at camp (a very long time ago) so I often incorperated doing tye-dye shirts in Mongolia. The kids loved it, plus to get a new shirt was a special treat. I do have a “thing” for flowers as well. They make me smile. 🙂


      1. Forestwood says:

        Fabulous experiences, Brenda. I hope you post a little more about them.

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  2. Sheree says:

    Magnificent selection!


    1. Thanks so much, Sheree. It was a lot of fun to go through my photos!

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Create Space says:

    Each one beautiful and so varied. Probably love the sense of security from your back window best!

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    1. Yes, I love the view from my back window. During this time of staying in, I open it wide and watch outside. I can see mountains in two directions as well (distant but still) and the sunsets are often beautiful. Have a nice day, Marie!

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      1. Create Space says:

        Views and garden space both precious during lockdown!

        Liked by 1 person

  4. Sartenada says:


    Great post. It seems that pink is popular. In my country we have pink church! 🙂 Here:

    Pink church of Kemi

    Have a wonderful day!

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    1. Thank you so much! I love the pink church and the photos at night in the snow. Take care!

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