how animals use colour… colour as camouflage

When it comes to using colour, the natural world is truly astounding. This article focuses on how animals use colour as camouflage. Camouflage (KAM-oh-flahj) the act, means, or result of obscuring things to deceive. (Day 5 into my 30 blogs in 30 days challenge!)

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colour psychology… the meaning of green

Did you know the human eye is able to differentiate more shades of green than any other colour? The belief behind this is one of evolution and survival when our early ancestors relied on being able to find food, water and life. We are reassured and feel safe when seeing green.

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colour psychology… the meaning of blue

It’s the colour of the sky, our seas and oceans. We are literally surrounded by blue. And if blue is your favourite colour you’re certainly not alone.  Time and time again research shows blue to be the world’s most favourite colour.

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colour events london…blue alchemy, stories of indigo

Following the successful meeting BLUE – the World’s Favourite Colour, the Colour Group GB is hosting a soiree with a special screening of the new feature length film by Mary Lance. Blue Alchemy: Stories of Indigo is a feature-length documentary about indigo, a blue dye that has captured the human imagination for millennia.

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valentine’s day… what is the colour of love?

Red has come to symbolise ‘I love you’ and this is nowhere more evident than on Valentine’s Day. Traditionally, it is the man who will give a gift for the one they love, admire… desire.  Given red is the colour of masculine energy, it’s no surprise red is the most popular choice of colour.

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