Alexander Ponomarenko. Cool Shade Of Blue (CDr, Album). Not On Label (Alexander Ponomarenko Self-released).
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Varieties of the color blue may differ in hue, chroma (also called saturation, intensity, or colorfulness), or lightness (or value, tone, or brightness), or in two or three of these qualities. Variations in value are also called tints and shades, a tint being a blue or other hue mixed with white, a shade being mixed with black. A large selection of these various colors is shown below.
Alexander Anatolyevich Ponomarenko (Russian: Алекса́ндр Пономаре́нко)(born 1964) is a Russian billionaire businessman who made his fortune in banking, sea ports, commercial real estate and airport construction Contents.
He is the 48th richest person in Russia and 704th on the list of Word Billionaires. Born Alexander Anatolyevich Ponomarenko, he graduated from Simferopol State University and earned a doctorate in economics from the Russian State Academy of Management.
Model: Alyona Ponomarenko. Posted by alexkphoto Фев - 7 - 2014 7 комментариев. Model: Alyona Ponomarenko.
A bright shade of blue this one is almost considered as attractive as red due to the brightness. A true blend of navy blue and teal blue and so adorable it is. Copper sulphate blue. Once again something that has been named due to the color of the substance. This is again a brighter shade. You won’t find this shade of blue color so easily. This is a shade of color that is neither blue completely nor is it green and is a color that will never be ignored. This may seem you dull shade but, in actual, it’s truly decent. This is a pastel and watered down shade of blue that is much preferred for baby wear. Painters and artists, you better keep this shade in your mind. This is again a color that is between blue and green of a lighter shade. And it’s not green you may thought of it is. Azure.
A Bluer Shade of White book. I saw the general gist of where it was heading fairly early on but not a lot of the detail or the extent, so yay! And there was enough question to give it a decent sense of tension. I'm docking it a star just because it felt a little dry and flat. Some of that is attributable to the story being from the viewpoint of Elsa who's quite a cold character (pun intended). But it did make it a bit hard to get emotionally invested in the story.