Something about water attracts and fascinates us.
We are drawn to the physical presence and sound of water. The sea, for example, can be a stormy gray wave or a calm, flat stretch of green-blue. On a cloudy day, water stretches can be pale off-whites or froth with white-blue foam. Blue's dominance in the natural world — both in the sky and in bodies of water — may explain why it is still the most popular color on the planet. We are drawn to and fascinated by water. It comes as no surprise that it is the most abundant substance on the planet and, along with air, the primary component in supporting life as we know it.