turquoise-blue love

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  • Half a mile out, where the reef is, the white-headed combers thrust suddenly skyward out of the placid turquoise-blue and come rolling in to shore.

    Excerpt From Cruise of the Snark: Surfing in Hawaii

  • Mr. Demand has created a maze or terrarium—replete with music and birdsong—whose elements include turquoise-blue windows by Martin Boyce; nature photographs by Luigi Ghirri, Leon Gimpel and August Kotzsch; topographical landscapes by Saâdane Afif and William Kissiloff; strange porcelain plants by Chris Garofalo; Minimalist sculptures by Becky Beasley; a Cubist tree by Jan and Joël Martel; and striped violet wallpaper designed by Mr. Demand.

    Outside-the-Box Thinking Starts From the Inside

  • But God, she was gorgeous, with her long, thick black hair, striking turquoise-blue eyes, clear tanned skin, and soft, full lips that seemed to smile so easily.

    At Hidden Falls

  • The show, which opens next weekend, will include pieces that possess a mournful surrealism, like "We decided to let them say 'we are convinced,' twice," which shows a black-and-white smoke-filled skyline; the photo, shot by the artist during the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon and rediscovered some 20 years later, is both damaged and decorated by turquoise-blue stains.

    A Prize Born in Violence

  • At Lake Clark, a pristine turquoise-blue gem in southwestern Alaska, the national park service has found a way to ensure the lake doesn't become overrun: Far from any roadway, it is accessible primarily by small aircraft.

    Fifteen Lakes Worth A Visit

  • One was golden-bronze and the other was turquoise-blue like the one John and I had seen go shooting past us by the sea and up the steep Torrey Pines grade.

    Crazy Loco Love

  • A woman in a turquoise-blue bathing suit was rising out of blue waves, her mouth in an unnaturally wide smile.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • Osorio is among hundreds of thousands of Mexicans who have pursued prosperity -- and survival -- among the faux pyramids, artificial white beaches and turquoise-blue waters of what tourism boosters have termed the "Mayan Riviera."

    Roberto Lovato: Dispatch From Cancún: Developing Paradise in the Suicide Capital

  • Osorio is among hundreds of thousands of Mexicans who have pursued prosperity--and survival--among the faux pyramids, artificial white beaches and turquoise-blue waters of what tourism boosters have termed the "Mayan Riviera."

    Roberto Lovato: Dispatch From Cancún: Developing Paradise in the Suicide Capital

  • It was a bright turquoise-blue colour outside and had red leatherette seats inside.

    The Woman I Was Born to Be

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