One of the greatest things about living up North is that colour doesn’t just change from day to day. It changes in its character. Blue today isn’t like blue tomorrow. Look through my earlier posts from this spring and into the summer. You’ll find stuff that looks similar, just without the aquarell quality to the colours.
I got curious and wanted to know the reason for aquarell colours looking as soft as they do. I had no luck finding good information. The best I could do was the first sentence here:
“Color perception, like sound perception, is a complex subject involving the disciplines of psychology, physiology, biology, chemistry and physics. ”
If you find something more substantial, or if you can explain yourself, please don’t hesitate to give me a shout-out.