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Leaf of Many Colors

Leaf of Many Colors

Brilliant colors of Saris and Flowers in Village in rural Tamil Nadu

Brilliant colors of Saris and Flowers in Village in rural Tamil Nadu

Signs Humans are still evolving - 
http://www.mentalfloss.com/article/30795/5-signs-humans-are-still-evolving
Originally, we all had brown eyes. But about 10,000 years ago, someone who lived near the Black Sea developed a genetic mutation that turned brown eyes blue. While the reason blue eyes have persisted remains a bit of a mystery, one theory is that they act as a sort of paternity test. “There is strong evolutionary pressure for a man not to invest his paternal resources in another man’s child,” says the lead author of a study on the development of our baby blues. Because it is virtually impossible for two blue-eyed mates to create a brown-eyed baby, our blue-eyed male ancestors may have sought out blue-eyed mates as a way of ensuring fidelity. This would partially explain why, in a recent study, blue-eyed men rated blue-eyed women as more attractive compared to brown-eyed women, whereas females and brown-eyed men expressed no preference.

Signs Humans are still evolving -

http://www.mentalfloss.com/article/30795/5-signs-humans-are-still-evolving

Originally, we all had brown eyes. But about 10,000 years ago, someone who lived near the Black Sea developed a genetic mutation that turned brown eyes blue. While the reason blue eyes have persisted remains a bit of a mystery, one theory is that they act as a sort of paternity test. “There is strong evolutionary pressure for a man not to invest his paternal resources in another man’s child,” says the lead author of a study on the development of our baby blues. Because it is virtually impossible for two blue-eyed mates to create a brown-eyed baby, our blue-eyed male ancestors may have sought out blue-eyed mates as a way of ensuring fidelity. This would partially explain why, in a recent study, blue-eyed men rated blue-eyed women as more attractive compared to brown-eyed women, whereas females and brown-eyed men expressed no preference.

thefruitmarket:
HH:  I find figs to be a most beautiful fruit/food.

thefruitmarket:

HH:  I find figs to be a most beautiful fruit/food.

Your eyes can paint colors onto blank objects. I swear! Just stare at the red dot in the optical illusion above for 10 seconds twice and you’ll see the black and white cityscape be transformed into a brand new colorful world. Each building will have its own nuanced color. Magic!

Your eyes can paint colors onto blank objects. I swear! Just stare at the red dot in the optical illusion above for 10 seconds twice and you’ll see the black and white cityscape be transformed into a brand new colorful world. Each building will have its own nuanced color. Magic!

Kaleidoscope Reverie by Alexiuss

Kaleidoscope Reverie by Alexiuss

Only one shade of blue was used creating this picture

Only one shade of blue was used creating this picture

Green/Gray Dining Room

Green/Gray Dining Room

Silvia Pavlova: “My eyes are eager for colours.”

Silvia Pavlova: “My eyes are eager for colours.”

Christmas Lights

Christmas Lights

natural palette

natural palette

Sandstone Magic - Tad Bowman

Sandstone Magic - Tad Bowman

Flare in Ice Cave - Denis Budko

Flare in Ice Cave - Denis Budko

Experience some hair color - fun, fresh, fanciful.

I love number one - the black and red, but it’s not my colors - I am liking number two a lot - red and purple - pagan and royal.  Number three, is rockabilly chick.

Drenched in Colour - Poras Chaudhary
Holi got its name as the “Festival of Colours” from a legend in which the Hindu god, Krishna teasingly smeared colour over goddess Radha’s face in jealousy of her fair complexion. Today, the throwing of colour symbolises affection in honour of Krishna and Radha’s love. 

Drenched in Colour - Poras Chaudhary

Holi got its name as the “Festival of Colours” from a legend in which the Hindu god, Krishna teasingly smeared colour over goddess Radha’s face in jealousy of her fair complexion. Today, the throwing of colour symbolises affection in honour of Krishna and Radha’s love.