Sea & beaches

Dove il rosso diventa blu

Mi piacerebbe un sacco dipingere; quello che si può fare con dei colori su una tela ha qualcosa di magico.
E vorrei tanto che un’artista mi svelasse, tra l’altro, qual è l’alchimia per cui il rosso (a volte) si fa blu.

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Calanque Maupas, Agay – Var, 12 maggio 2012

[temperatura dell’aria 25° C (acqua forse 17-18°), vento secco dal mare, nubi, meduse e rete 3G assenti]

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