Back in the Stone Age, when I was in kindergarten, we made birthday cards for each other. You got to pick what color construction paper was used on your big day. I chose purple although I don't really remember thinking of it as my favorite color nor do I think I've really had a clear favorite color since then.
But in my photos, I have noticed that I am often drawn to images with blue and orange, in combination or separately. I don't know why.
Here are some orange-y favorite photos.
This is a backlit close-up of a variegated tulip, taken last spring. I like that it's a little abstract. I like the vibrant colors and the obvious presence of layers, even if you don't know exactly what it is.
I suppose some day I'll look at this and wonder how I could have thought that something this gimmicky was any good. For what it's worth, it's a zoom blur shot, not the result of cheesy post-processing, but I don't suppose that should really matter. Can you tell what the subject is? I shot this while volunteering at our church's pumpkin patch fundraiser (some shifts are less busy than others). The colors come from pumpkins, grass, and straw.