There, black and blue
, was the imprint of your fingers--your fingers, Chris, your fingers.
The line of demarcation between the two colours, black and blue
, showed the point which the pure sea would not pass; but it lay as quiet as the abominable pool, with which it never mixed.
And it was not a contest of politeness, or by any means a matter of form, for she knew very well that her husband wished to enter the house in this order, that he might have a favourable opportunity of inflicting a few pinches on her arms, which were seldom free from impressions of his fingers in black and blue
By all accounts, the opening for David Hammons's Concerto in Black and Blue, 2002, was magical.
The experience of Concerto in Black and Blue was guaranteed to be different from day to day, since the work consisted of the fluid accumulation of points and pools of light.