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Like exposed wood in any other environment, wood will go grey as its tannins are leached from its surface layers. But in a swamp environment there will be more green in evidence from mosses, slimes, and algae, so some greenish washes wouldn't go amiss. Also, the colour of the wood will be much darker where it is in contact with moisture, so things like moorage piles and things should be painted darker at the water-line and fading to the usual grey where the wood has stayed dry.

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