Hello lovely Colour Filers.
I’ve been wondering where to go on holiday this coming year and, naturally, colour is featuring strongly in my wish list. India – my colour mothership – eternally beckons, as does South America. But closer to home I’m intrigued by somewhere I’ve just read about: the pink and green salt lakes of Torrevieja in Spain.
The bright pink lagoon is the result of pigments of the salt-loving Halobacterium bacteria (also found in the Dead Sea). If you look at an aerial view, you can see the blue-green La Mata lake close by, and the two colours together make a stunning contrast.
This colourway was the inspiration behind today’s shelfie, using #PthaloGreen and the true pink #Mischief by @littlegreenepaintcompany I adore these colours together. They really are proof that, when it comes to colour, opposites can most certainly attract.
Where’s the most colourful place you’ve ever visited?
Martha, The Colour File x