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Shooting at blue hour usually offers outstanding results, when there's some artificial lighting on structures and buildings around to balance the natural glow from the sky.

But in this case, I had to opt for an early version of the blue hour, as the pines and the river would have been too dark, if I had pick one of the frames shot later.

The title make reference to an article I have read about blue and green that doesn't have distinction in some languages.

Appelblauwzeegroen correspond to a very specific colour in Dutch, close to turquoise, a mix between green and blue that could be translated to the conjuncture 'apple-blue-sea-green'.

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