Photo Essay: Orange

Orange is a happy color. It’s full of energy. It’s vibrant. It’s the color of autumn. Bright sunsets. Pumpkins. Halloween. Fire. Mango. California poppies. The Dalai Lama in his bright orange robes. Prison uniforms in the USA. Cheetos. Its name was taken from a fruit: orange.

What does the color orange mean?

Colorful nature - orange

Orange combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow. It represents enthusiasm, fascination, happiness, creativity, success, encouragement, warmth.

Colorful nature - orange

Orange is very attention-grabbing, hence it’s often used in advertising. It’s energetic, which is probably the reason that many sports teams use orange in their uniforms and branding.

Colorful nature - orange

Colorful nature - orange

In color psychology, orange is an uplifting and optimistic color. It inspires adventures. It is stimulating to the appetite.

Colorful nature - orange

Dark orange represent deceit and distrust. Gold evokes the feeling of prestige, and it often symbolizes high quality.

Colorful nature - orange

Colorful nature - orange

Do you like orange? What does it represent for you?


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By Beata Urmos

Bea is the co-founder of Our Wanders. She’s the writer and the trip organizer, and she’d love to help you plan your own amazing trips! She likes hiking, good novels and chocolate, as well. Her motto is: “A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.” (John A. Shedd)

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