Dog Photo Challenge ~ Green
I love the colour green – to me it feels so vibrant, fresh and energising!
From a meaning of colour perspective, green is the colour of nature symbolising growth, harmoy and renewal.
From a colour psychology perspective, green is apparently creates an equilibrium between the head and the heart.
That all sounds cool hey? Perhaps that’s why a walk in the great outdoors, surrounded by green and with our dog, makes us feel so good!
This Week’s Theme: GREEN!
This is the week to show off your ‘GREEN’ dog photos – perhaps its your favourite spot to head out for an off-the-beaten track adventure or a great big open grassy area that you play in. Perhaps your best buddy loves to play with a green frisbee or they have a cute green bow tie or jacket! Any photo that incorporates green is welcome in this challenge and, of course, you’re welcome to apply the theme creatively (green thumb, going green, green with envy – that list could go on!). Don’t forget to include a comment if its not so obvious as to how your photo fits the theme.
We can’t wait to check out all your ‘Green’ photos.
Some ‘GREEN’ Inspiration
Some adorable ‘GREEN’ dog photo inspiration for you! In these photos we have:
Top: Keiko the Japanese Spitz in a field of long green grass.
Middle: Labrador Puppy Charlie (his dad’s favourite colour is green!), Bella the Great Dane puppy with a cute green christmas hat prop!
Border Collie puppy Summer, sitting all pretty on her green chair.
Bottom: Working Dogs Flash and Pippa in outdoors green environments.
Sharing your ‘GREEN’ Photos
Meeting and hearing all about your dogs and the love you have for them makes our day! There’s lots of ways to share your photos for this weeks challenge:
- On Facebook – Post your photo under the theme post when it appears on Facebook.
- On Instagram – Tag your photos that fit the theme with #pt_green so we can find them!
- In the Comments – Share your photo in the comments below. If you have photos on other photo sharing sites (like 500px or Flickr) then feel free to leave a link to your photo in the comments.
However you share, don’t forget to include your dogs name/s. If there is a great story, or puppy tale, that goes with your photo them we’d also love to hear it! Especially if you’re sending us something creative and we may not immediately ‘get’ how your photo fits the theme!