Shades of green color

No matter what we humans try, we cannot ever create the uncountable automated masterpieces that nature has created and has put on display for millions of years. Take this one for example, in the photo below. It is a simple small plant, but it is so beautiful with almost unlimited shades of green color, from the lightest of it to the darkest. There is a limitation on how many shades of green color a camera can capture, and a monitor can display. Our eyes are a different type of masterpiece. It can see what a camera cannot. Looking at so many shades of green color from the eyepiece of my camera was way more beautiful than this photo. Still, let me dare to ask you all — do you like this photo?

Shades of green color
Shades of green color
Shades of green color

It was a hot afternoon in Varandha ghat a couple of months back when winter was not on peak in India. We were getting uncomfortable by the extremely hot Indian climate. So we decided to return to home. On the way back, we halted at one place to take a break. What do you think I can do when I have free time? Of course, look out for things to photograph. Then was it that I found this masterpiece with almost unlimited shades of green color.

8 comments :

  1. Isn't it funny, too, that, in spite of the very hot Indian weather, these plants thrive and don't seem to id the heat at all. You are right, there are many varying shades of green.

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  2. Nature is an inspiration indeed; and your work is such a statement of that. Thanks for sharing. I needed some green today. The outside of my studio is covered with snow, which is also pretty, but I can use a change.

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  3. @ RNSANE: Yes it is!

    @ Magaly Guerrero: That's such a nice comment :)

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  4. Green has always been my favorite color - to see the varying shades in just one plant is exquisite!

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  5. @ Clytie: I'm glad that the photo delighted you :)

    @ Deepak Acharya: Thank you boss!

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