Her eyes were made up of earth, the green color indicates the freshness and the echo of her words, magically releasing the nature’s power. The blue part is her breathing, she swims on different ocean, but never drowns, amazingly rising with the smell of a flower. Her eyes directly connected to her beating heart, giving me a sound to listen to her soul, she’s so natural. What a wonderful, colorful and beautiful earth, destined to be a mirror of love and fantasy. Every time I see her, she reminds me of a home and hope. Sometimes our earth pushing us to take a risk, but she’s one of the lessons in the story.
Niaz Uddin (aka @neohumanity) is a photographer, filmmaker, certified scuba diver and computer programmer currently based out of Los Angeles. Using the earths many beautiful landscapes as his subject, each of Uddin’s colorful aerial shots perfectly capture the best visual inspiration our planet has to offer.
Reported on February 8th, 2017, this orange alligator was spotted in Hanahan, South Carolina. Much like the alligator of the same color that was photographed in 2011, there are a few causes that could have made this creature the color it appears.
Jay Butfiloski, the Department of Natural Resources’ Alligator Program Coordinator, believes that the alligator might be this color because of where it was residing during the colder months. He said “[It] might be iron oxide that has discolored it" after it had been living in a rusty pipe. Others believe it could be because of the high amount of clay deposits in the area. However Butfiloski does not deny that this could be a new color mutation entirely.