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Re: 201 Homework -- Yellow Ground

The continuing saga....

The yellow ground is another simple

There were many seedlings with a full
yellow ground, standards in a variety
of shades, and falls that ranged from
copper to brownish-violet.  Some had
solid signals, some stippled.  But none
had the "presence" of those that made
the final cut.  I think there just wasn't =

enough contrast between the signals
and the falls for my taste.

Your Assignment:
Visualize the patterns I described in
the posts on White Ground and =

Ivory Ground, but substitute a Yellow
Ground in your mind's eye.

More to come....

Sharon McAllister

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