Backroads America:The Place Where You Go To Listen

Earth Music

The Place Where You Go To Listen, The Museum of the North, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska.

Inside this sound and light environment, the changing colors and music are generated by the vibrations in the earth, the air, and the sky. The sounds are not created by musical instruments. Daylight colors are yellow, orange and red, with a choir of bright voices. Unfortunately, the video sound does not capture the thrumming vibrations.

Scientific instruments pull raw seismic and auroral data. An algorithm translates that data to music. Created by composer John Luther Adams, 2004-2006

Dots

All Fanned Out

K’lee & Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Autumn

Autumn in Austria

Castle outside of Salzburg, Austria

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CFFC: Colors That Start With B

Brown Table on a Beige Beach near the Blue Indian Ocean

Mount Lavinia Hotel Beach south of Colombo, Sri Lanka

Mount Lavinia, a historic hotel in the southern part of Colombo, has a private beach.

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Travel Theme: Colours

Stained Colors

Through the Glass Darkly, light from a stained glass window plas on a side altar in Salvator Church, Seville, Spain

Light from a stained glass window plays on a side altar in Salvator Church, Seville, Spain. Salvator is an ornate, baroque-style church in Seville’s historic center.

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ROY G. BIV

How To Wear The Rainbow

Roy G. Biv is an acronym for the seven colors of the rainbow – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. What a better way to experience the rainbow than a sartorial swing through Rajasthan, Agra, and Delhi.

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WPC: ROY G. BIV

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