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Project 64 {magenta}

Once in a job interview I was asked the following question:
"If you were a color crayon, what color would you be and why?"

My answer was immediate and easy.  Magenta.  It has been my favorite crayon since I first laid eyes on the entire enticing box of 64 Crayolas.    I think this color represents femininity with a dash of independence and flair.  If I had to say what it reveals about me  - I have no idea - but I did get that job!

Here's my interpretation of magenta for this week's photo project 64.  We had an added challenge to use a cell phone or point and shoot camera without editing the picture.  These were all taken with my point and shoot camera using the macro setting.

*Please leave me a comment and let me know what color you would be and why.*

Linking with Project 64 magenta.


  1. love your magenta photos, I think if I could I'd be periwinkle, seems serene, truthful and happy to me.

  2. Those little white flowers against the magenta are so delicate and sweet.
    Off the top of my head I would be green. It can be a very restful color or it can be invigorating. It also represents the recycling movement, that I strive to be a part of.

  3. Lovely! I found I really like magenta too, even though it had been one of those colors I didn't think about much. You did a great job with your point and shoot!

  4. Oh, is that lovely.

    I would probably be red. It's bright, cheerful and fiery.

  5. This is beautiful. Magenta's never been a favorite of mine as many of its shades are not particularly flattering on me. In flowers, it's another story! I guess I'd be red since that's the color I'm drawn to in almost everything!

  6. Very nice! Love that you used your point and shoot, the second to last is my fave! I'm always drawn to green, but as a color I'd probably be black, classic, dependable, but yet provides some contrast to the other colors. Thanks for linking up!

  7. I would be yellow. Bright, sunny and consistent.

  8. Stunning! Thanks for joining us at P64! Shana


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