A Word a Week Challenge: Vibrant

To the “word in your ear” challenge this week – Vibrant – I offer up a couple of gems. Ever thought of your pizza in “vibrant” terms? I hadn’t until this happy little hipstamatic moment was captured on my “little go everywhere phone” —

Humble homemade made vibrant with a random setting in Hipstamatic

Humble homemade made vibrant with a random setting in Hipstamatic

My second vibrant gem, though a little more mundane, is no less lively, in its richness of color:

Though Rhodies don't need enhancement on days like this, Hipstamatic added a little shine to the image here too

Everyday Rhodies with a little Hipstamatic spit and polish

Enjoy the vitality of color brought on with this fun challenge!

© Erica K O’Shea at “growthandpossibility.wordpress.com”, 2013.


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