I've been through so many photographs from June. And for this post I decided to stick with more from our holiday on Skye.
It seems fitting because the Colour Collaborative has now run its course. So as a final post it made sense to celebrate June in glorious Technicolour.
Ice-cream coloured houses at Portree harbour.
Sumptuous Liberty fabrics inside Dunvegan Castle.
Seaside colours at Waternish.
Skye was an island of blue and green in June.
The Fairy Pools were a strange shade of pale turquoise - almost other-worldly.
And there was bright colour in the castle gardens.
Joe played in the Fairy Pools wearing an appropriately-hued T shirt.
Red and sea-green: one of my favourite combinations.
Abandoned cottages hidden in the greenery...
More green and blue: water reflecting the sky, bluebells still in flower...
I've also got this photograph in black and white. But I do like the subdued shades here.
The browns of the deep, silent pine forests, punctuated with verdant emerald ferns.
Acid green seaweed...
Gaily-painted boats and raspberry sauce-drizzled ice creams.
Soft moorland shades dotted with fluffy white cotton grass...
Khaki-coloured seaweed against graphite rocks.
And bright violet orchids growing by the shore.
The gorse was out in all its glory, smothering the hillsides in bright yellow.
And more turquoise: lobster cages washed up and tangled in the grass.
More muted colours: faded red paintwork, greying walls and creamy fleece.
Again at Waternish, an arty little settlement with a beautiful gallery: sun-bleached colours on the Inn sign.
That gorse again. It reminds me of last year's trip across to Bute. Very pretty but lethal if you go near it.
So, Skye in June. I'd love to go back in every season to capture it in photographs.
And farewell to the Colour Collaborative. I enjoyed being a part of it.
Have a wonderful July.