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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Color Blind

We were born in a society where color plays an important role in identifying or classifying people[yellow race]... things[chocolate brown]... places[Blue Danube]... weather[purple rain]... music[Maroon 5]... situations [red alert]... feelings[green with envy]... and even economic crisis[pink slip].


[Roses are blue and so are you... ZEN? wink***]

We grew up in a society where we classify gender into two colors... pink for girls and blue for boys.


[cotton candy covered winter]

We live in a society where knowing one's favorite color signify closeness. For as simple as it may seemed to be... if you do not know the favorite color of your bestfriend or loved ones... you don't care about them.


[Grape flavored pond]

We exist in a society where people have the tendencies to reverse or mix color to suit one's fantasies... or to ease the pain of reality... or to fill the emptiness of broken dreams.


[grapefruit sky and tangerine lighthouse]

And we co-exist in a world where some people still believe that there is a pot of gold... at the end of the rainbow.


[plowing with hue]

Color possesses me. I don't have to pursue it.
It will possess me always, I know it.
That is the meaning of this happy hour: Color and I are one.
I am a painter.


-Ruthi-

14 comments:

  1. Color somewhat make people happy and in singing mood. Spring is the messenger sent by Weather, to splash colors all over gardens. But in Malaysia Weather spills color everyday!! ~bangchik

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  2. What a fantastic post. Colour evokes emotions and I love how you have showed it's importance.

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  3. Ruthie, beautiful reflection. Very soulful! And of course, the photos are simply lovely! Who would have thought you are a neophyte in photo editing! *hugs*

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  4. Wonderful post! I love the grape flavored pond and grapefruit sky.

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  5. I love colors. I cannot get enough of them.

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  6. Your colors are wildly beautiful.

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  7. all picture look awesome and dramatic...good job, Tes :)

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  8. great job Ruthi on photo editing :) love both the photos and the wordings...

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  9. What a beautiful post, and reflection thoughts, Ruthie!

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  10. What beautiful shots, Ruthie, the grape colored pond has my heart. It's gorgeous.

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  11. Thanks everyone. I am glad that you like my photos and post. You are my inspiration.

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  12. Yes this is true (but I don't agree, though, that if my best friend didn't have a fav color, I would care about her less LMAO) But yes, color is life and life is colorful and in and through each and all of these colors, we express ourselves.

    But then there are those who cannot see in color. And there are those who are blind. And yet, I believe they see colors in many different ways that we cannot begin to comprehend.

    The five senses are so basic a thing, but they are, to have have them and to own them, the riches of Heaven from God, for which we should always always be thankful for. ♥

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  13. I like to take more interesting, sort of cute like pictures.Ya know, the pictures you see that have a sort of warm, vintage feeling. Like something somewhat simple. But I've had a problem lately with ideas and inspiration. Are there any photographers that have some good ways of finding inspiration? Thank you ahead of time

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