50% Yellow and 50% Green
Challenge #15 in the Photos depicting One Word (No rule restrictions in this series) series. Hosted by barb_s.
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Dominate your photo with the colors of Yellow and Green in equal parts. The photo may include other color, but the main object or point of interest in the photo must be yellow and green. The challenge is to have equal part yellow and equal green, or as close to equal as you can.
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Thursday, 2nd February, 2012 (GMT)
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