Fun Fact: Sepia Etymology

Fun facts about sepia

The color sepia (commonly referred to in old/nostalgic photos) gets its name from the Latin and Greek word for cuttlefish. The reddish-brown color had originally been taken from the ink sacs of cuttlefish.

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