Color Makes Us Feel: A Photo Essay

Because I’ve spent too many years hiding from all things gray, literal and metaphorical.

Art Gallery in Todos Santos, Baja California, Mexico. Photo by Wendy Cohan.
Flowers near the Gold Fork River, Montana, August. Photo by Wendy Cohan.
Infinity Pool, La Paz, Baja California. Photo by Wendy Cohan.
Rosa y Rosa, Bougainvillea in Baja. Photo by Wendy Cohan.
Color Saturation. Baja California. Photo by Wendy Cohan.
No Filter Necessary: Sunset along Rio Grande Boulevard, Albuquerque, NM. Photo by Wendy Cohan
Photo by Wendy Cohan.
Indian Paintbrush, Sandia Crest, New Mexico. Photo by Wendy Cohan.

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