Photographer: Felicia Simion
"We may think of Earth as a pale blue dot. And perhaps this is what makes blue so random – its undeniable presence in all the great things we see, like the sky or the ocean. But this is a chaotic kind of presence. The water is not actually blue, and neither is the sky. However, we perceive them in infinite shades of blue varied in brightness, hue and saturation. At one point, blue becomes the primordial color, almost embracing a human tint."