What you see is what you get
Most colors that we see are a combination of the three primary colors of light: red, green, and blue. These “additive” colors can mix together to form other familiar hues such as yellow, magenta, and cyan. Colored lenses change our perception of the world’s colors by acting like filters: they absorb all colors of light except for whatever color the lenses are. For example, glasses with blue lenses absorb green light and red light but allow blue light (and blue-containing colors such as purple) to pass through into the eye. While wearing blue lenses, objects that normally appear green and red will become harder to see. In other words, when we look through colored lenses, we’re actually seeing what the world would look like with some of the primary colors of light removed.
There are different perspectives to LOOKING THROUGH COLORED LENSES
It can be a biased view
It can be viewing only the pleasant
It is not seeing reality
Viewing through distorted thinking
There are many shades to life, many dimensions and many directions. Its what suits us ,what we resonate wiith ,is what we see . It’s a matter of choice and perspective.
A lens can help you getter a better view, closer view or distorted view. Looking through rose colored lenses is a cliched perspective where a person sees only the pleasant things and naively overlooks the unpleasant. .Or you may get a magnified view and see the larger picture.
Lenses are changeable . there are different qualities and grades – how would you like your viewpoint to be or your point of view.
Come meet our visionary Mr Praveen Saanker for a broader perspective.