According to Wikipedia,
“In computer graphics, a color gradient (sometimes called a color ramp or color progression) specifies a range of position-dependent colors, usually used to fill a region. For example, many window managers allow the screen background to be specified as a gradient. The colors produced by a gradient vary continuously with position, producing smooth color transitions.”
Out there in what may be the biggest, baddest display of computer graphics and the ultimate simulation (i.e., “reality”) you find this:
Even in a sky that’s close to “clear and a million,” you can get a pretty decent sunset.
Those trees that look like ginormous dandelions? They prove that we’re nowhere near Canada.
Happy Yuri’s Night!