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Can every location be defined by a unique, identifiable color palette? Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom Evangelist and photographer Julieanne Kost set out to answer that question with her project, “Color of Place.”

A series of images created from blurred strips of travel photographs, this body of work reveals the color palettes of 25 locations around the globe as Julieanne sees them – from Joshua Tree to Kyoto, Antarctica to Berlin – while exploring the psychology of color in the process.

Check out the blog post on Adobe.com

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