Wednesday, February 17, 2010

a transparent magenta

A stark contrast was created initially between the two colours. One dark and the other transparent. Given some time, both would merge to produce a uniform hue of pink. The process in which both shades mix into each other is enchanting. Beautiful. The molecules containing colour disperse gradually. Slowly closing in the difference. When the container is shaken when the particles are still in the process of dispersion, then small pools of pale colour would gather around the Potassium Permanganate crystals themselves. While the rest of the clear water remains transparent.

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