April 7, 2013 by allsho
It’s in Greece I learnt that pale doesn’t really have to be pale.
Anything becomes pale when seen through a blinding glare.
Moisture rising from the sea diffuses white light that fades into blue in the windswept dry higher layers. No other colours, only different shades, because the light is shining blue.
Brightness is depth, the distance light has to cross before reaching your eye.
The further, the paler.