*Photos of the fire at Wiener Fest 2011
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Neutral colors have no distinctive quality, characteristics, or type. They can be achromatic, with no hue at all, like black, white and greys or they can be dull colors that harmonize with most other colours, such as tan, brown, or navy. You can check out more images in neutrals by visiting my Neutral Pinboard.
Officially a rainbow is a bow or arc of prismatic colors appearing in the heavens opposite the sun and caused by the refraction and reflection of the sun’s rays in drops of rain. For the purposes of this post, it’s any image that makes use of the full spectrum of colors. To see more in technicolor bliss, Read More …
Pink is a color varying from light crimson to pale reddish purple. It is also another name for Magenta, a deep purplish red that is the complementary colour of green and, with yellow and cyan, forms a set of primary colours for printing. To see more pink images, visit my Pink Pinboard.
Purple, or violet, is any of a group of colours that vary in saturation but have the same purplish-blue hue. They lie at one end of the visible spectrum, next to blue; approximate wavelength range 445-390 nanometres. For more purple things, view my Purple Pinboard.
The pure color of a clear sky, blue is the primary color between green and violet in the visible spectrum, an effect of light with a wavelength between 450 and 500 nanometers. For more blue, visit my Blue Pinboard.