I’ve claimed to be an expert on so many things here — from psychology, to storm chasing, to cooking, to biking in the snow, to wine tasting, to snowman building, to head-standing, to bird-languages, and to basically every aspect of life in between — that I probably have no credibility at all when I write such an outlandish title as the one above.
But this time, I’m not kidding. My entire adult career was spent working for the biggest paint company in this world. And the paint industry is ALL about color. (Well, maybe a few other things such as abrasion & impact resistance, weather resistance, and protection from moisture, corrosion, acids, industrial chemicals and stuff like that.)
So, yeah, color was a big part of my gig. I know color like a lawyer knows how to manipulate the legal system. I know color like a Youtube “influencer” knows the latest trends. Unfortunately, I know absolutely nothing about Kodak’s Kodachrome process of developing film for optimal color enhancement.
Another unfortunate thing is that I get the impression from the description of the challenge, that we should be looking for exciting colors in the natural world. Unlike cool places like, say, Utah, there aren’t a lot of colorful rock formations or desert blooms out there right now in MY Town.
Still I came up with a few colors from Mother Nature today.
And the title picture features that nice quintuplet of blue-gray-brown-green-white.
But, when it comes to brilliant colors, nature cannot compete with manmade materials. Here are some examples of UN-natural colors I found today:
Secondary, Tertiary, & Other Colors
See you next week when I can (hopefully) produce a little more variety of color in a single picture.