Elizabeth Barrette (ysabetwordsmith) wrote,
Elizabeth Barrette
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Reddish Green and Bluish Yellow

There are colors that the human eye tends to cancel out.

My vision is odd.  I have no trouble tracking those concepts.  Japanese Maple leaves, for instance, are reddish green ... also purplish bronze.  I can track all those colors in them.  It's why I like staring at those leaves.

On the other hoof, I can't see 3-D when it's red/green or red/blue; my brain disassembles what is supposed to overlap.  Evidently my visual wetware is a nonstandard model.
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