This first one was sent in by Sumaya Teli, who is originally from Kashmir, India. She said:
"This photo I took on one of our visits to the beautiful valley of Kashmir. Isn't the yellow sublime? Pure nature :-) This is a field full of mustard seed flowers! And what a sweet simple little house."
And here's a cheery yellow kitchen (below) at my favorite Mexican bakery in Sunset Park...Don Paco Lopez Panaderia. I go there for their hot tamales.
Amanda Lamb sent in the next two photos:
"Here are some pops of yellow in my kitchen. You're right - it's so happy in there because of the yellow! Also because that's where I keep the chocolate ;)"
P.S. My sister lives in London, where you wouldn't dream of not having a tea kettle. Here's what she has to say about tea kettles (so cute):
"As for tea kettles, once you have one, there's no going back. Like a toilet really, you just wouldn't imagine living without it. As for which one, sort of like a toilet here as well. Any one will pretty much do the job, more a matter of aesthetic as to which you like best. They seem to last forever, the first one we purchased is still the one we have now. These are electric devices, although you can get stove top kettles (the most attractive kind I think) but stove tops are just another breed, not like the ubiquitous electric ones that are probably in every home of an industrialized country east of the Atlantic."These are the kind of electric kettles Europeans swear by (I like this one, too.) They boil water nearly instantly and they use them for every need involving hot water - not just tea!
Do you use a tea kettle? Anything special you do with it besides make tea?
More Yellow: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5
(If you'd like to still send in a yellow photo, feel free! Just write "Yellow" somewhere in the subject. thx!)