I keep my apartment dark at night, using only indirect light to spite the florescent bulbs that throw a glowing pallor over everything. In the shadow, all gains brighter colors by contrast.
The Lack of Color’s Contrast
Coleen Monroe-Knight is a Colorado native who has left a trail of new homes for herself around the world. She's set foot in 30 countries and lived on four continents in the last thirteen years. Her nomad homes are in Colorado, Chilean Patagonia, France, Italy, Switzerland, South Korea, England, China, and Iceland. After more than two years of not traveling she finds herself on a family gap year after leaving China. Upcoming travels in England, Spain, Eastern Europe, and ????????? this year. You can also find her on Twitter, Wordpress, and through her publications online. View all posts by Coleen
2 thoughts on “The Lack of Color’s Contrast”
The angle of the flame is very interesting…it almost looks like there is a wind storm in your kitchen.
Haha. There was! The window was wide open!