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The Tempest

Photo by me - Norway Isn't it fascinating how many beautiful things in nature are adorned with shades of blue? In a world bursting with color, there's something undeniably captivating about the hue of blue. It's the color of the sky stretching endlessly above us, the tranquil waters washing over the shores, and the eyes that mirror the depth of one's soul. Blue isn't just a pigment; it's a symphony of emotions, a melody of tranquility that resonates with our very essence. The imagery of blue in nature has inspired countless works of literature. From the serene blue of the sky to the deep blue of the ocean, it's a hue that poets and writers have often celebrated. In "The Great Gatsby," F. Scott Fitzgerald uses the color blue to symbolize illusion and unattainable dreams, particularly through the character of Jay Gatsby's longing gaze at the blue light across the bay. In "Moby-Dick" by Herman Melville, the vast expanse of the ocean is f