Re: What's Blue?
Amy Rupp wrote:
> > generally do not visualize the color the same way with a more poetic
> > description, for example "Azure blue"... Granted, something like "Azure
> > blue" does sound more impressive and "flowery."
For example, what colour is celadine?
Celandine (with an n) is a common buttercup-like plant with a pale
yellow flower, common in the South of England.