Using color in the railway garden

How to use color to create emotion and feeling
Golden Gate Express Garden Railway models
1. All built from recycled materials, this color-coordinated area of the Golden Gate Express Garden Railway models (left to right) Coit Tower, Ghirardelli Square, California Academy of Science’s rooftop garden, the Japanese Tea Garden’s pagoda, Golden Gate Bridge, and the glass-walled Conservatory of Flowers.
Nancy Norris
This article's title hints at the emotion and contentment that well-appointed color combinations offer but the con-tent of color in your railway garden also determines what we see and where our vision travels. Photo 2 proves that opposites do attract! Shops painted in polar opposites on the color wheel beckon us down the street.

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