The picture shows an exhibit from an exhibition at the meeting of military clothing in "drap" colours - it was not the recommended attire for entry, as you can see from the photo below of the audience concentrating on one of the talks in the afternoon.
The meeting offered a fascinating tour through the linguistic past of the concept of "green", its cross-cultural perceptions and its fragile memories.
The first speaker was Fiona Raeside-Elliott on the historical use of various greens in army uniforms.
Carole Biggam followed with a fascinating journey through the historical thesaurus of English terms for green and all of its possible uses and connotations.
Next was Dimitris Mylonas who discussed cross-cultural features of green colour categories in English, Greek and Russian cultures.
Maria Olkkonen spoke about her fascinating work on the influence of prior knowledge on our memory colours - she also provided the audience with delicious iced green cupcakes and green courgette-banana cakes that were much appreciated with a good cup of tea during the break.