It isn't exactly where I live, but I find myself in Albuquerque, New Mexico tonight and it is hard to ignore the magnificent colors that this part of the US shows at around sunset. For the locals they refer to their town as "enchanted" and the hills are nicknamed the Spanish word for watermelon because of how vibrant of a pink they turn at sunset.
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So what are the colors of where you live? It doesn't have to be as big as your city's colors... it could be the colors of your street with mostly standard colors, but that one house with the red door... or maybe it is the colors of the house you grew up in... maybe it is the colors of the city streets outside...
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Here is a Palette Story from COLOURlover.
I find myself in the Southwestern US again and even though I'm generally not a fan of the area, I can't help but love the mountains. Maybe it is from growing up in Hawaii with Mauna Kea dominating the southern skyline, but I find comfort in the mountains. Maybe it is a grounding thing to see such massive things. I'm not sure what it is about them, but I find myself drawn to living where they are. This palette is inspired by the colours of the pink and rosey hues of the unset here in New Mexico.