WORLD OF HUES/gunther
By Arthur H. Gunther III
(also on Facebook)
There’s this thing about color — it’s supposed to be this or that, according to scene. You know, bright blue sky, white sun, green mountains, straw fields. Every hue in its place, and the world’s clock keeps perfect time.
But who decides? Where is the democracy in an “expected” color scene? Why not a darkish sky, an orange sun, a field of lime, yellow, white? Why not any color in any scene? In a landscape. In life as well.
The writer is a retired newspaperman. firstname.lastname@example.org