The colors are somewhere in between these two shots, one with and one without flash.
It's shocking to realize that I wound this warp (well, almost all of it; I added more once I had it sleyed) on Sunday and have worked every night since getting it sleyed, threaded, wound on, and finally tied on tonight. It was a little fussy, because I had 6 or 7 bouts of wool criss-crossing each other in front of the reed, so it snagged a good bit while winding on. Plus, I sleyed and then re-sleyed, to get the width and color distribution I wanted. It's discouraging to see how long it takes to get even a simple, 21-inch-wide, 2 ends/dent in a 10-dent reed, 5-yard-long warp up and running.
On the other hand, I like the fabric it's making. I'm weaving it off with a thin dark green wool millend yarn, something nameless but nice.