[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.
The brown of the lava rock in Mauna Kea, Hawaii (and all the colors of the rainbow, too).
The slategray of the Ghan, the train connecting north to south Australia.
The reds in the Hong Kong market.
The magenta from a Tai Chi lesson in Hong Kong.
The flame red of Uluru, Northern Territories, Australia.
The orange of the lava tubes in Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
The purple of the sunset in Darwin, Northern Territories, Australia.
The auburn Red of the moulds in the Angkor Temple, Cambodia.
The Munsell blue of Bondi beach, Sydney, Australia.
The petrol blue of the Mekong river around Can Tho, Vietnam.
More colors here.