You wanna talk completely covered, as in saturated? Okay ~ try this Autumn tablecloth, from my hoard of California goodies from 20 years ago. On a dark green (love it!) background, with scarcely enough space between each vivid flower, the eye doesn’t so much focus on specifics, but groups.
If you hadn’t guessed, I do love green, but also all brilliant Autumn colours. My eye sees the rich orange-yellows of the larger sunflowers and daisies first, or simultaneously with the reds. (Are they poppies or roses, or does it depend on which you’re looking at?) Then a white daisy will grab for attention. And only then do all the shades of green leaves come to my attention… and I realize a black background would look garish, too Hallowe’en.
I really don’t at all notice the deep rust-coloured leaves sprinkled throughout until I stop and focus on a section, as in the second photo above. Did you?
‘Nuff said? Enjoy!
Sat”u*rate (?), v. t. [L. saturatus, p.p. of saturate to saturate, fr. satur full of food, sated.] 1. To cause to become completely penetrated, impregnated, or soaked; to fill fully; to sate. 2. (Chem.) To satisfy the affinity of; to cause to become inert by chemical combination with all that it can hold; as, to saturate phosphorus with chlorine.
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