It’s a visual play for me to make the range of colors that create the image. The photo bellow is from my shoe trees that spell (erroneously): “Qui va piano” or “Chi va piano, va sano; chi va sano, va lonta” which means: He who goes softly, goes safely; he who goes safely, goes far.
I love different shades of gray like these teapots:
and different whites of snow:
but I go nuts for flowers and their bursting energy like these gorgeous crimson peonies:
or their softer versions here:
I like freesias’ scent and this particular palette has always been one of my favorites; I even used it in my senior year thesis, using a CAD machine to do a chemical plant’s process flow diagram! That was a first for my dear Professor Lockhart…
I like these shawls of mine even if I seldom wear them:
Indian miniatures are usually an orgy of colors!
So is the Parisian dusk,
or the window of a fast moving train,
which mimics the palette of these summer vegetables.
This was a hodgepodge of my favorite palettes.
If I work enough,
My favorite “Reds” go here
Don’t forget my favorite “Whites” here