Post by indigoknew on Oct 29, 2008 21:53:59 GMT -5
Greetings to All in the Tori-verse. I'm making my way into the world as a Writer of Poetry, Prose, and Short Stories. Tomorrow, I will meet w/ a local Artist/Painter, in hopes of collaborating on his Biography. I'm nervous as all Hell. I am socially very shy. I love to read mostly Non-Fiction, and Fiction, when I need a break from Non-Fiction. I never have enough time to read all the books I want. I'm learning guitar, I have about six acoustics (most of them second hand purchases), a mandolin and a dulcimer. I love the sounds of wire and wood. I also play a little Native American & classical flute. I try to play the Tori Amos Songbooks (I couldn't have chosen a more difficult Artist to admire). Her cords are so beautiful and worth the aching fingers though. I really am hoping to connect with people who are learning an instrument.
Post by indigoknew on Oct 30, 2008 21:01:53 GMT -5
Thanks for the welcome.
I did not meet my Artist today. Schedule conflict. Next Thursday, I am going to view some fifty pieces of his Artwork. I'm hoping to walk through his works literally and engaging on a wonderful journey. I have similar feelings for the Afterglow. Thanks again for the warm welcome.
indigoknew...Thanks for the compliments!..I found my sig and avatar on photobucket. I just typed "light circles" in the search...and fished through till i found it. Then i used "color rotate" to turn it blue. I wish i knew how to create my own...i have so many ideas..but for now it's photobucket!
Indigo is the color on the electromagnetic spectrum between about 420 and 450 nm in wavelength, placing it between blue and violet. Although traditionally considered one of seven divisions of the optical spectrum, modern color scientists do not usually recognize indigo as a separate division and generally classify wavelengths shorter than about 450 nm as violet.
Indigo and violet are different from purple, which cannot be seen on the electromagnetic spectrum but can be achieved by mixing mostly blue and part red light.
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