Some colors from my world tour (without filters or photoshop) – part one

[Recently I have been travelling around the world for 74 days. I am writing a series of posts about this trip – a list of those can be found here.]

The deep black of the Bendigo gold mine in Victoria, Australia, 70 meters below the ground, when all lights go out.

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The brown of the lava rock in Mauna Kea, Hawaii (and all the colors of the rainbow, too).

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The slategray of the Ghan, the train connecting north to south Australia.

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The reds in the Hong Kong market.

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The magenta from a Tai Chi lesson in Hong Kong.

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The flame red of Uluru, Northern Territories, Australia.

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The orange of the lava tubes in Mauna Kea, Hawaii.

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The purple of the sunset in Darwin, Northern Territories, Australia.

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The auburn Red of the moulds in the Angkor Temple, Cambodia.

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The Munsell blue of Bondi beach, Sydney, Australia.

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The petrol blue of the Mekong river around Can Tho, Vietnam.

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