Soul-settling yellow

“It takes some effort to find unhappiness in yellow.” This line from a recent blog post of one of my favorite bloggers here at WordPress had me asking this question to myself: “Indeed, why is that?”

It dawned on me that the answer to my question was aptly summed in the title of her blog post: soul-settling yellow.

I couldn’t agree more.

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Macro. A close-up photo of a wild plant in Sagada.
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Sunrise at Mt. Kiltepan
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A side trip in a secluded (now privately owned) white sand beach in Matnog, Sorsogon.
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The Ruins at night
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Life-sized ‘maskara” in a mall in Bacolod, Negros Occidental.
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Mystical morning sight at Mt. Kiltepan
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Sunset at Anawangin, Zambales
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The bright yellow color of stalagmite and stalactite formations adds to the positive energy that spelunkers need when going down the deep, cold cave that is Sumaguing Cave.
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Memories of summer
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It could have been a dull sight without the blast of yellow from the plant.
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