Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Dome on the Rock ~ Colors!

In July on our vacation we had the dome color coated with Benjamin Moore elastomeric.  What a difference!  We took it from blah to Wow!  Next year we'll add the courtyard wall and gates in the front.  We're getting there! 


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The minerals themselves in turn get their colours because of the arrangement and types of things called atoms that they are made from. Sunlight is made up of all the different colours of the rainbow, and you can see this by using a glass prism to break the light up into its different colours. When light shines on any material (like a mineral) some colours in the light will be absorbed by it, and some colours will travel through or reflect back from the material. For instance, if a mineral absorbs all of the colours from the light except the blue part (which reflects back or goes straight through the mineral) then the mineral will look blue to our eyes. If none of the colours are absorbed by the mineral, people say it looks "clear" but they actually mean "colourless".

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