Purple — a very versatile color. Combining fire red and blue calm, and he can soothe and excite. In nature, it occurs frequently, from aubergine to amethyst.
Purple color is considered a symbol of royal power.
Dunes in Saudi Arabia
The glow from the oil fields Washer paints the sky in purple color. Saudi Arabia controls about a quarter of the world’s oil reserves. And on top of the sand dune just dancing people. (Photo by Reza):
Polar bears at sunset
Purple sunset falls over the town of Churchill, Canada. Polar bears are arranged sparring. (Photo by Paul Nicklen):
(Photo by Stacy Gold):
Bridge in Tasmania
Bridge on the River Ross in Tasmania on a background of purple sunset. Dating back to 1836, is one of the oldest bridges in Australia. (Photo by Sam Abell):
Antelope at dusk
Violet light from the setting sun and resting antelope in the Okavango Delta in Botswana, Africa.
(Photo by Beverly Joubert):
This purple starfish was photographed in the Celebes Sea, Indonesia. These inactive animals have from 5 to 50 beams and their dimensions range from 2 cm to 1 meter. (Photo by Wolcott Henry):
Nudibranchs are always painted in subtle tones of bright colors. Unlike other molluscs have no shells. But these animals are not vulnerable to enemies: their skin emits toxic substances, repellent predators. (Photo by Tim Laman):
A small family of bright coral fish, size 9 to 17 centimeters in length. Clowns — one of the most popular reef fish in saltwater aquariums. (Photo by Paul Sutherland):
Joshua Tree on a background of purple -Black sky in the Mojave Desert, California. It looks like something between a palm tree and cactus, and forked branches and bend under the bizarre angles. Native Americans once wove baskets from the leaves of this tree sandals. (Photo by Tim Laman):
Night falls on the lavender fields in Tasmania, staining the sky and land in purple shades. This plantation is one of the largest lavender farm in the world. (Photo by Gerd Ludwig):