Color my World — Orange

This week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge is about sharing photos with orange as a prominent color. It’s interesting how once your attention is brought to something specific (like the color orange), it begins to show up all over the place.

On some level that’s how manifesting works. Focusing on what you want your life to look like (visualizing) helps bring into awareness (helps manifest) the multitude of opportunities (the vibrational equivalent of your desires) swirling around you (from the ether) through which you can attain your goals and desires.

When I went for a walk this morning thinking about the color orange, it’s not that I suddenly became an “orange magnet” where all things orange propelled themselves across the universe in my direction. The orange-colored objects were there all along. They just came into conscious awareness because that’s what I was looking for.

Below is a photo gallery (I just learned how to make one in WordPress – Yay!) of pictures I took this morning on my “orange walk.” They are interspersed with examples of my use of orange in my stained glass panels. I didn’t realize I used that much orange in my work until I looked for it. [Clicking on the photo grid will open up a slide show of the pics.]

So now I’m thinking, what can I look for tomorrow to manifest in my life? Maybe I’ll look for gold this time. The metal, that is, not the color. One can always dream…

What might you manifest tomorrow?

Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange

About Maggie C

Stained glass artist, writer, respecter of life.
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2 Responses to Color my World — Orange

  1. Dina says:

    Absolutely gorgeous gallery of orange!


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