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Life in Color: Green

Continue a series of interesting and unusual stories, «Life in Color» from the magazine National Georgaphic.

Green color. One of the most common colors in nature. Green there are also plants and butterflies, and snakes and even the northern lights. The green color symbolizes life, vitality, and nature itself.

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Life in Color: Green

Collecting tea leaves

This farmer collects the tea leaves on his plantation in Nara — Prefecture, Japan. In this country, its own tea production dates back to the IX century. Zen priest Eisai brought from China tea plants and tea began to grow at a Zen Buddhist monastery in Japan (Photo by George Mobley).:

Collecting tea leaves

A meeting

Two green tree frogs have met on a large green leaf. (Photo by John Eastcott and Yva Momatiuk):

Two green tree frogs

Northern Lights

Northern lights at midnight, the temperature of — 44C, Tuktoyaktuk, Canada. (Photo by Paul Nicklen):

Northern Lights

Silhouette in cave

Rio Frio Caves in Belize — a country in Central America. (Photo by Raymond Gehman):

In Rio Frio caves in Belize

Frog on lily

(Photo by James P. Blair):

Frog on lily

Cyclist

Night walk on the bike in Hoi An — a small charming coastal town 40 km. south of Da Nang, Vietnam. This city with historic buildings of 15-19 centuries is a World Heritage Site. (Photo by Justin Guariglia):

Cyclist

Green tree snake

Green predator in the forests of Costa Rica. (Photo by Michael Nichols):

Green tree snake

Butterflies on the shore

Madidi National Park at the top of the Amazon River Basin, Bolivia. Madidi Park is one of the most diverse biosphere on the planet. Here there are glaciers, and savannahs, tropical and dry forests. (Photo by Joel Sartore):

Butterflies on the shore

Grass in the wind

The lush, green grass sways in the wind. (Photo by Raymond Gehman):

Grass in the wind

white crocodile

Very rare white alligator in a zoo in New Orleans. Crocodiles Albino ill-equipped for life in the wild, due to the fact that their skin does not protect them from the sun. (Photo by Joel Sartore):

white crocodile