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Unexpected Complimentary Colors in Nature

Photo by Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash

You wouldn’t expect it but nature has a way of using the color wheel naturally. After taking a recent course on photography this last semester, we covered colors in one of the modules. We noticed that complementary colors are used in nature and I was surprised to realize that opposites really do attract.

Note : Complimentary Colors are opposite colors from each other on the color wheel




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Rosa de Saron C.

Rosa de Saron C.

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