near-recursions in forest green, cadet green and electric blue
The specification of sequence elements is governed by their order and the boundaries of their position (in contrast, elements which are naturally related to other/previous ones are often defined by their shared coloration).
Every specified element maintains a recursive disambiguation-value merging into the limit (length) of that sequence. Within this cinematic colorfield-string, the member color-values override any visual (figurative) context.
Appearing repeatedly, the greatest lower bounds (2 tones) and a least upper bound (1 tint) inhabit a near-analogous relationship. This join/meet - of FOREST GREEN, CADET GREEN and ELECTRIC BLUE (respectively) - becomes the subject itself.