Mahogany Fire

Street art in Gothenburg,  Sweden,  February 2016


a1_20160223_cd4a4a_150 x 200Hex colour reference: CD4A4A

A colourful note: The term mahogany red made its first appearance in the English language in 1843.  The name is still much used, especially for hair dye.

The Crayola version of mahogany takes on the red tone in a bold manner.  It was a crayon that appeared in their range in 1949, but appears to have developed its red side 42 years later, in 1991.  Not uncommon for us women to start covering our hints of grey at that age!

Jennifer Nichole Wells’ Color Your World challenge has started again – 120 days of Crayola colour shades will delight us again.  I’m already a day late, but I’ll be attempting to catch yup and keep up with this fun blog theme.


aDSC_0636_ppCopyright Debbie Smyth, 2 January 2017


Part of Color Your WorldMonday Mural and One Word Photo Challenge

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