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  • He elaborates that the color of the water can be finely calibrated depending on the tint of plaster used—dark gray nets indigo and taupe gets you a black-green.

    Swimming Pools: Out of the Blue, Into the Black

  • He had dark black-green eyes with brown flecks, black hair, long toes.

    Act of Creation

  • But I saw nothing except the foliage of a riparian environment that for me had become a black-green tiger cage.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • The trees on the edge of the field were elms and maples instead of pin oaks, but the dusty black-green leaves moved with the same summer breeze, made the same cove of shadow where high school girls once waited to be held and kissed after a game.

    The Convict and Other Stories

  • Along the entire length of this westward-facing shore, black-green mountains plunged their ridged fingers deep into the sea.

    Raven Speak

  • Along the entire length of this westward-facing shore, black-green mountains plunged their ridged fingers deep into the sea.

    Raven Speak

  • But I saw nothing except the foliage of a riparian environment that for me had become a black-green tiger cage.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • But I saw nothing except the foliage of a riparian environment that for me had become a black-green tiger cage.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • But I saw nothing except the foliage of a riparian environment that for me had become a black-green tiger cage.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Along the entire length of this westward-facing shore, black-green mountains plunged their ridged fingers deep into the sea.

    Raven Speak

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