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It is the rain, storm and hurricane season in Florida; but it is also very hot, creating much steam after each rain.

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12 hours ago, fotografr said:

Really nice, Louis. I love the effect but I'm glad it's not like that here.

Be careful not to let that humidity get into your CL. 

Brent, thanks a lot.

Unfortunately, I have no much choice in South Florida, the weather is always very rainy and humid. I always carry a plastic bag in my pocket to protect the camera from the rain that comes out of the blue and passes away as fast!…. 

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On 9/20/2022 at 2:30 PM, Louis said:

Thank you very much, Stuny. I always wondered if Claude Monet had foggy glasses or was drunk when he invented Impressionism! :) 

Well not at first but he had deteriorating vision due to cataracts which changed his visual colour palette towards darker tones (he had to label his paint tubes) and eventually had surgery - including AFAIK the removal of one lens which can then apparently promote sensitivity towards the UV end of the spectrum.

It’s also interesting to look at the health and eyesight of Rembrandt and Turner (for two examples) to see the correlation over time in their works. 

 

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20 minutes ago, NigelG said:

Well not at first but he had deteriorating vision due to cataracts which changed his visual colour palette towards darker tones (he had to label his paint tubes) and eventually had surgery - including AFAIK the removal of one lens which can then apparently promote sensitivity towards the UV end of the spectrum.

It’s also interesting to look at the health and eyesight of Rembrandt and Turner (for two examples) to see the correlation over time in their works. 

 

Thank you, I have studied all these artists before; I was only joking with Stuny.

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