Round 35 Reveals – Orange

July 3, 2022


“In my head, the sky is blue, the grass is green and cats are orange.”
Jim Davis

Orange is *almost* universally a positive color. In most cultures it represents some form of happiness, energy, health, or love. The word and color orange has a fascinating history in English. Until the fruit was brought to Europe from India in the 1500s, there was no English word for the color. Phrases like red-yellow, tawny, and golden were used, but they aren’t the bright orange we associate with the color today. Read more about it’s interesting history on Lithub.

But first have a look through this lively album!

Featured Image by Angela Migliore

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