Life in color

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Yellow River Huang

The Yellow River Huang

People with unbrellas standing on the embankment. standing on the dam The Yellow River Huang

One of the two great rivers of China – Yellow River Huang brings prosperity and misery to people living along its banks. Known as “China’s sorrow” for its disastrous flooding throughout history, the river causes extensive damage to nearby farmland and surrounding communities. And to prevent the flooding people built dikes. However, they constantly have to rebuild them. Meanwhile, the river has also changed course many times, causing untold destruction. In fact, it is China’s second longest, after the Yangzi (Chang) River. Named for the yellow silt in its waters, the lower reaches of the river are considered the cradle of Chinese civilization, with archaeological sites dating back 7,000 years.
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Emerald Green Butterfly Papilio palinurus

Emerald green Butterfly Papilio palinurus

Life in color. Emerald Green Butterfly Papilio palinurus

Known as Papilio palinurus, Emerald Green Butterfly lives in South-East Asia. It is the most beautiful of the few green butterflies. The amazing butterfly has a forked tail, and is also called the Emerald peacock swallowtail or peacock. There are several varieties in Southeast Asia (the Philippines, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand). Male butterflies have brighter coloration than female species. The wingspan is 8-10 cm. The main background of the wings is black, powder-coated green scales. On the wings are wide strips of green color. Tails rear wings widened markedly to an end. The iridescent green sheen of the bands of this butterfly is not produced by pigments, but is structural coloration produced by the micro structure of the wing scales.
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Mysterious black color

Mysterious black color

Mysterious black color

Mysterious black color
In fact, different cultures have different perceptions of color objects. And the most ancient colors first appeared in human culture, are white, black and red. However, Black color is “the absence of color”: completely absorbs all colors, without releasing them into the outside world. The black color is paradoxical: associated with infinity, with silence, with the women’s vitality, evokes a sense of mystery, security and comfort. Indeed, Black – is something special. It is a synthesis of all the colors, and this fact gives the black color special, magical powers, the ability to dominate and aggressive power.
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Red color power

Red color power

Sharon Stone. Red color power

Red color power
For many designers red is one of the most beloved. This rich, vivid color in the spectrum is the first, and this is why it is the most active. Red is preferred by active, energetic, excitable people. The color represents the energy, the will to victory, a breakthrough power, it always gets what it wants (way to achieve depends on the shade). It loves to be first, but not always successful because of its destructive qualities. Given the power to love, it has property to hate passionately, passionately believe, etc. Indeed, red forces are active, the color gives strength and inspires, represents victory and the ability to correctly strike. Besides, this color controls the sexual relationship, and can push for gender convergence, even when there isn’t a true desire. Passion is its positive aspect and a negative – a perversion.
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Fish kingdom colorful world

Fish kingdom colorful world

Stunning photo of Fish kingdom colorful world

Fish kingdom colorful world
The importance of color in the underwater world is great. Today science is discovering how fish perceive differences of color and what sort of messages the colors convey. Fish use color to communicate with others of their species. They also use color in mating rituals and even to hide from their prey. Color is also a warning sign, it helps keep possible attackers away, and defend territory during mating season.
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Green Iguana colors

Green Iguana colors

Life in color – Green Iguana colors

Green Iguana colors, in fact, are not only all shades of green. The coloration varies from green to pale lavender, black and even pink. In the west of the Costa Rica, green iguana looks red, and in the more northern regions, such as Mexico, it is orange. In El Salvador, juveniles often appear bright blue, but their color changes significantly when the lizards are older. In ancient times, the inhabitants of the Maya believed that the world is located inside a huge house, and its walls are four giant iguanas, called by the Indians “Itzam”. Each iguana symbolized a certain side of the world and had its own special color. In the sky, the tails of iguanas converged forming a roof. The Mayan called this house Itzam Na, which literally means “iguana-house”.
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Orange color inspiration

Orange color inspiration

Life in color. Orange color inspiration

Orange color inspiration is an excellent antidepressant. It promotes good mood. Pastel shades of orange (peach, apricot) reduce nerve costs. It increases concentration. Orange color is particularly suitable for important meetings or interviews. It promotes rapid decision-making. Negative characteristics: can influence spontaneous decision-making. Emotionally very overloads.
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