Landscape: Autumn Golden Hour on the Rio Grande Bosque, Severe Protanopia
Until I began to work with my son to make color conversions for severe protanopia, I did not understand why neither my father nor son cared about seasonal color changes. I remember a vacation when the trees turned overnight. My parents had a disagreement when my mother wanted to stay an extra day, and my father wanted to get home for a football game. We went home. I now understand that the spectacular color changes my mother and I saw appeared exactly the same to him as the day before.