The Colour Yellow from Around the World

The colour yellow from around the world.

In Hoi An, Vietnam, almost every building in the town is painted yellowyellow wall Hoi An, VietnamSaffron imbues any food dish with a distinctive yellow colour and a subtle acrid flavour. This paella with saffron rice was served in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Paella with seafood and saffron rice in SpainA yellow VW van fits right in with the brightly-coloured buildings of Puebla, Mexico, and Mexico. Mexico stopped producing VW vans and Beetles in 2003, but there are still a few around!
A yellow VW van fits right in with the brightly-coloured buildings of Puebla, MexicoBoarding the yellow ferry at the jeti (dock) in Pangkor, Malaysia.
Boarding the yellow ferry at the jeti (dock) in Pangkor, MalaysiaA display wall of panels featuring fields of yellow wheat at the Danish History Museum in Copenhagen, Denmark. A display wall of panels featuring fields of yellow wheat at the Danish History Museum in Copenhagen, DenmarkEntering the yellow Level 5 on the ferry from Sweden. Entering the yellow Level 5 on the ferry from Sweden to DenmarkSpeaking of Swedish blue and yellow, one of Argentina’s favourite ‘futbol’ teams, the Boca Juniors, took their colours of blue and yellow from a Swedish boat anchored in ‘La Boca’, as their harbour in Buenos Aires is called. With this connection yellow walls show up everywhere. The blue & yellow of one of Argentina's favourite 'futbol' teams, the Boca Juniors, in La Boca, Buenos AiresComplementary yellow rain coats and rubber boots at Sooke Harbour House in Sooke on Vancouver Island, Canada. Raincoats are often yellow because that increases substantially your visibility on a dark rainy day. Complementary yellow rain coats and rubber boots at Sooke Harbour House in Sooke on Vancouver Island, CanadaYellow’s visibility means it often shows up on warning signs around the world. This warning is about not jumping into the Ladybower Reservoir Dam in the Peaks District of England.  A warning about not jumping into the Ladybower Reservoir Dam in the Peaks District of EnglandA yellow ‘No Hawking’ sign on the marine walk in Hong Kong. A yellow 'No Hawking' sign on the marine walk in Hong Kong Golden bubbles in my Somersby Cider at Swallow Falls in Snowdon National Park, Wale. golden bubbles in my Somersby Cider at Swallow Falls in Snowdon National Park, WalesA yellow breakfast in Singapore: two fresh-squeezed orange juices, one coffee Tarik (with a hint of caramel), and two banana pratath (roti canai) with curried dal dip – 9.50 S$ at the Tasvee Food Court, open 24 hours.
breakfast roti (Singapore)A ‘batido’, Costa Rica’s version of a smoothie drink, in this case flavoured with fresh piña (pineapple). A 'Batido', Costa Rica's version of a smoothie drink, in this case flavoured with fresh piña pineappleA sign featuring the clothing of a well-dressed gentleman in Jodhpur, India. A sign featuring the clothing of a well-dressed gentleman in Jodhpur, IndiaTurmeric for sale in the market at Inle Lake, Myanmar. Tumeric for sale in the market at Inle Lake, MyanmarThe world’s favourite Dutch artist, Vincent van Gogh, loved yellow but his most yellow ‘period’ was inspired by Provence in France.

Vincent Van Gogh designs miniskirts

Vincent Van Gogh designs miniskirts.

More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Yellow.

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