The bodies of young swimmers move merrily through water, entranced by the porous and opaque veil of dense, brightly colored liquid tinged with saturated blues and greens. The dancing water is artfully steeped in grainy, plastic texture reminiscent of thick, short brushstrokes in Claude Monet’s paintings.
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