The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.
For Art Thursday, the art of dyeing:
Dye pits in the Fes Tannery
photo by rytc
Pigments for sale on market stall, Goa, India.
photo by Dan Brady
Rōketsuzome, a traditional wax-resist textile dyeing technique in Japan, printing wheels
photo by Blue Lotus
photo by Matt Batchelor
A dyer adorning the top of the fountain "Weberbrunnen" by sculptor Bonifatius Stirnberg, Germany
photo by Jean-Pol Grandmont
Red Polar Bear by Bjargey Ólafsdóttir -- Langjökull Glacier, Iceland
The image is painted with red organic food dye approved for environmental use
photo by 350.org
Dyeing bezin cloth, Bamako
photo by Robin Taylor
Clay cuneiform tablet with instructions for dyeing wool
Recipes are given to produce blue and purple wools, 600-500 BC
A madagascar chichlid, dyed by American Museum of Natural History ichthyologist John S. Sparks. The different dyes reveal different parts of the fish.
photo by Beyond My Ken