Noun. deuteranopia (plural deuteranopias) A form of color blindness in which the retina is deficient in or lacks cone cells containing opsins that respond to the color green, resulting in an inability to distinguish red from green. (ty, Wikipedia)⠀
ATTENTION FELLOW DEUTERANOPIANS. Alaskan autumn is, no doubt, the most beautiful my cone-deficient eyes have ever seen...and I lived in the #leafpeeping great state of Vermont for four years. Entire hillsides, mountains, blanketed in brilliant yellows. Love it 😍😍⠀
Type some ❤️❤️❤️❤️’s / tag a friend, if you have ever felt this way.
Both of my poetry books, are available worldwide on @amazon. The link to order is in my bio. 📚 @t.aurora.poetry 📚
📗“The Wild Keeps Her Holy,” is my new bestselling collection of grief and nature poetry, written for all survivors and wanderers. It is 171 pages and is $9.88. Available worldwide. —————————————————————————
📕 “Poems From A Turquoise Heart,” is my first collection, and was published 2/14/2017. She is 257 pages, five stars, and is $11.38 on Amazon. Also available worldwide.
Hiroshima was a surprise with its different sides: so easy going and breezy and fun in Downtown, while the horrible memories of the war seem to be hidden just under a thin layer in some places, and are very much present in others. The Peace Memorial Park and the Museum are definitely worth seeing though #hiroshima#peacememorialpark#cityofpeace