Colourful Construction

Exited Invercargill library to find a feast of colour over the road! Invercargill, Southland, New Zealand. Taken by Nigel 22 Aug 2020. Click on photo to enlarge

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  1. I really like your “feast of colour” that has an abstract feel to it, in part, I think, because of the abundance of straight lines and geometric shapes and the presence of primarily primary colors.

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    1. ps. it was after midnight when I initially replied to you and this morning I read your comment aloud to Nigel and laughed when I got to the “presence of primarily primary colors” bit haha,,, I like that! The shapes, lines and colours *are* really interesting and just now we were talking about how most elements *have* to be where they are *but* we were lucky with the positioning of the crane gantry!

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      1. You know me well enough, Liz, to tell that the repetition of the word primary was intentional. Watercolor has caused me to think a lot more about color theory and color mixing, including the use of primary colors.

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        1. Indeed I do know you well enough but last night I was sleepy and the wordplay had more effect this morning and amused me very much! In fact, just now I read it again and in my imagination ‘primarily’ became ‘pri-merrily’ and I was thinking of the little rhyme/song of “Row, row, row your boat…” and it was a wonderfully light-hearted moment (thankfully disrupting far more serious thinking). I’m grateful for the fun alliterative wordplay which lightened and brightened my morning 🙂

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