Light Blue

Light Blue may refer to:

  • Light blue (color), a variation of the color blue
  • Light Blue, a song released on the jazz album Thelonious in Action
  • Light Blue Pour Homme, a men's fragrance
  • Light Blue Sun, an album by Lili Haydn
  • Light Blue: Arthur Blythe Plays Thelonious Monk, an album by Arthur Blythe
  • MRT Light Blue Line, a planned mass rapid transit line to be built in Bangkok, Thailand

Other articles related to "light blue, blue, light":

Insignia of The Civil Engineer Corps
... "The sleeve lace to be on light blue velvet ... "Shoulder straps - border embroidered gold, body light blue cloth and the letters C.E ... to be embroidered in gold instead of silver and worn on the sleeve of frock, evening dress, and blue service coats, above the gold lace strips, and on shoulder marks for ...
Stagecoach In Cambridge - Liveries
... The original Cambus livery was light (Cambridge) blue with an off-white stripe, applied in the standard National Bus Company style ... Dual purpose vehicles (Bristol REs) were light blue lower and cream upper, while coaches were cream and light blue with dark blue and light blue stripes (wi ... The fleetname "CAMBUS", written in dark blue with wavy lines through it (to represent waterways), was applied in the usual place, accompanied by the National Bus ...
Cyprus Police - Personnel - Ranks and Insignia
... number Three chevrons with Police emblem on top Light Blue Λοχίας Sergeant Identification number Three chevrons Light Blue ...
Glenwood High School (Australia)
... The uniform for boys is a light blue or white shirt with gray pants, and for girls a light blue or white blouse with a navy blue skirt or pants is worn ... The light blue coloured shirt/blouse is for Junior students (Years 7-9), and the white coloured shirt/blouse is for Senior students (Years 10-12) ...

Famous quotes containing the words blue and/or light:

    Mozart has the classic purity of light and the blue ocean; Beethoven the romantic grandeur which belongs to the storms of air and sea, and while the soul of Mozart seems to dwell on the ethereal peaks of Olympus, that of Beethoven climbs shuddering the storm-beaten sides of a Sinai. Blessed be they both! Each represents a moment of the ideal life, each does us good. Our love is due to both.
    Henri-Frédéric Amiel (1821–1881)

    But no. Too soon I voun’ my charm abroke.
    Noo comely soul in white like her—
    Noo soul a-steppen light like her—
    An’ nwone o’ comely height like her—
    Went by; but all my grief agean awoke.
    William Barnes (1801–1886)