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Editor’s Letter : Aquamarine

Aquamarine results from mixing the calmness of blue with the balance and growth of green, while throwing in a slight touch of the uplifting energy of yellow.

Colours affect the way the mind perceives things. Correcting hues and tonal variations in a picture oftentimes achieves an altogether altered impression of a scene; treating a space to a new coat of paint likewise brings a change of atmosphere, or a renewal of energy. Colours evoke emotions at the subliminal level.

Aquamarine results from mixing the calmness of blue with the balance and growth of green, while throwing in a slight touch of the uplifting energy of yellow. It invites to submit oneself to the changes that are out of one’s control – like a ship surrendering to the wind and the waves, sailing in a vast unknown – in order to move forward. Sometimes, we do not find strength in seizing control, but in understanding what lies within the darkest depths of our thoughts.

Today, we are constantly bombarded with must’s and should’s that stopping for a breather seems like a demanding task. Ironically, this inability to slow down locks us in. Our often-limited mind’s space is filled with everyday what if’s, pinning us down in the four corners of our comfort zone; not thinking that, maybe, happiness is just ‘round the bend from what we have already grown accustomed to, and we are just too scared to take the turn.


Photo shot at Gaya Island Resort, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia


William @ Passport Out

William is a content manager at The Passport Out

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