In each installment, a guest writer chooses one Pantone color they find particularly meaningful, intriguing, or just aesthetically beautiful—and tells us why.
By Sally Gall, photographer
I have been a photographer for 40 years; 35 of them have been working almost exclusively with black and white photography but recently my work has exploded into intense saturated color.
The color I most crave is “Prime Green” (to use author Robert Stone’s wonderful descriptive wording) . . . the buoyant color that the world bursts into after a dormant winter, the green that reverberates through a forest, that surrounds you in the jungle, that suffuses the air and light within dense luxuriant foliage, that emanates from a lawn, that speaks of freshness and new beginnings and that brings a city dweller like me, a sense of relief.
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