Shades of purple
• Shades of purple
Lilac - an unusual and dual color. It combines the irresistible energy of red and blue detached restraint, he is able to calm down and come to life in the same time.
Purple in all its variations is quite common in nature, and people have made him a symbol of royalty.
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Tasman Bridge. Bridge Ross Bridge in Tasmania at sunset. This is one of the bridges are most popular in Australia, built in 1836 and decorated with whimsical carvings.
Polar bears at dusk. Two polar bear wallow in the snow, while the purple sunset falls on us Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Scientists fear that due to the ongoing climate change in the Arctic, many species of local fauna are endangered.
The Sudanese goat at dusk. Nile lechwe rests until the setting sun illuminates the purple light of the Okavango delta in Botswana. Well adapted to the microclimate, the animals feed mainly on plants growing in the Delta, which constitute the main part of their diet.
Purple crocuses with bright yellow pollen in Washington, DC.
Purple starfish. This gorgeous Starfish purple was photographed in the waters off the coast of Sulawesi, Indonesia. While the nautical star is often considered a fish, in fact, they do not belong to the fish. It invertebrates such as echinoderms, relatives of sea urchins.
A purple nudibranch. This nudibranch lavender belongs to a class of gastropods. The photo was taken off the coast of Fiji.
Clownfish. This photo was taken in the waters off the coast of Sulawesi, Indonesia. Fish clown fish also known as anemonovoy because between her and anemones there is a kind of symbiosis. Anemone fish provides refuge, and clown fish protects the anemone from predators.
The dunes in Saudi Arabia. Man is dancing on a sand dune in Saudi Arabia. In the background is seen the oil-producing plant. all Saudi Arabia controls about a quarter of all the world's oil reserves.
Yucca tree at sunset in the Mojave Desert. Previously, the local Indians from the leaves of the tree were made shoes and baskets.
Fields of lavender at sunset in Braydstouv, Tasmania. This is one of the largest plantations, lavender growers in the world.