Bittersweet Pumpkin Carrot and Flame

The Color Orange

The Second Chakra – Svadhisthana

According to color psychology orange is optimistic, uplifting and rejuvenates our spirit.

Native Americans associate the color orange with kinship and in the Orient orange is used to symbolize happiness and love.

Whatever you choose to believe, the color orange is striking in the natural world!

(For additional information on Skippers please see:)

www.rkwalton.com/skippers.php

Whether plant or animal it can attract your attention and bring a smile to your soul.

As always, thank you for sharing a moment in the garden!

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11 thoughts on “Bittersweet Pumpkin Carrot and Flame

  1. by reference to the fruit. Nevertheless, “orange” (color) is usually given equal status to red, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, pink, gray, white and black (all abstract colors) in membership among the basic color terms of English. Based solely on current usage of the word, it would be impossible to distinguish whether the fruit is called an orange because of its color, or the color is so called after the fruit.

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