Inspiring hues of colors

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Our mind is a box of colors with changing of hues.
this is first view of the cathedral of Amiens in France
a welcoming portal at special events
all shades of mood is probably represented here.

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An ordinary autumn day which was a bit chilly and misty
but quite a very alright october day –
virtually almost the same views
just a day without a special occasion
in relation to lights on the facade of the cathedral.

“Hue is one of the main properties of a color, defined technically, agree to which a stimulus can be described as similar to or different from stimuli that are described as red, green, blue, and yellow” (the unique hues) – the other main correlatives of color appearance are colorfulness, chroma, saturation, lightness, and brightness.

Usually, colors with the same hue are distinguished with adjectives referring to their lightness and/or colorfulness, such as with “light blue”, “pastel blue”, “vivid blue”.
Exceptions include brown, which is a dark orange – and pink, a light red with reduced chroma – In painting color theory, a hue refers to a pure color—one without tint or shade (added white or black pigment, respectively) – a hue is an element of the color wheel. Hues are first processed in the brain in areas called globs” (Wikipedia)

Inspiration from Weekly Photo Challenge with the theme “The hue of you“.

31 tanker om “Inspiring hues of colors

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    • #.jo
      The city is dated back to the Roman Empire and was a roman garrison at that time in northern France – was used by the romans as a bridgehead in their invasion of the United Kingdom and in the fight against the unruly gauls… 🙂

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    • #.dina
      Hello Cambridge… 🙂

      The place and the city Amiens too is dated back to the Roman Empire and was a roman garrison at that time in northern France – was used by the romans as a bridgehead in their invasion of the United Kingdom and in the fight against the unruly gauls too… 🙂

  3. Great and interesting post! I love gothic architecture… I visited Notre-Dame de Paris, the Sainte Chapelle and many others gothic style churches in Paris and the cathedral of Chartres, they’re wonderful to me.

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