What Colors Rule Your World This Day?
Color: the presence of life as seen through different lenses. Each day we select the way we’ll see our world.
The following quotes provide different views/moods/images within a story.
The brilliant sun had disappeared, its last flickering rays painting the rim of the sky with liquid crimson, bleeding into saffron and amethyst and the palest lilac before dropping down behind the dim horizon.
The Women in His Life by B.T. Bradford p.167
The mist enclosed them, making straight-ahead visibility almost non-existent. Up above was another story; the fog was pinned to the rivers and lagoons, barely higher than the reeds, and through a fine layer, thin as muslin, the sky overhead was a blue field for the moon and bright stars.
Light of the Moon by Luanne Rice p.293
She didn’t need to see them side by side to recognize the difference between tinfoil and sterling silver.
Angel Falls by Kristin Hannah p.364
She studied the moss that had worked its way through the mortar of the stone walkway, undermining its integrity, and thought of her marriage. Removing the moss would not be easy.
Damage Control by Robert Dugoni p.57
…but Nebraska was white, a page as still as fallen snow. It was not crosshatched with roads, overrun with the hard lines of interstate systems. It was a state of which you could make lists, jot down phone numbers, draw pictures.
The Magician’s Assistant by Ann Patchett