Saturday, 21 November 2009

Blue and Green

It's a beautiful Summer's morning here in the Tropics. The sunlight still low, yet intense, embracing and transforming. Dark to light. It's worth getting out and exploring one's surroundings early in the morning, the day lays waiting with gifts renewed! I've decided to explore light and the combined effects of blue and green, which seems to me to epitomise the flow of creative energy, and to define our planet. Blue, a first order or "primary" color, color of the heavens and of life-giving water, usually restful and passive. Green, a second order or "secondary" color, also usually restful and passive, and the most dominant color in the plant kingdom.

"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." John 1:1.

I think he forget to put the "L" in "Wor[l]d"?

(Top L-R, Mora tintoria, vine (undeter.sp., leaves of Papaya, Center L-R, Carludovica druedii, Los Charcos de Osa entrance sign, Melastomataceae leaves against blue plastic tarpulin, Below L-R, Cecropia peltata, insect herbivory on leaves of Heliconia wagneriana, fern (undeter.sp.)

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