We all live in a world of color. Nature gifts us each and every day in every place on earth with a vivid display of color depth and intensity. Scientists, however, tell us that we see only two to ten percent of the color spectrum -- only from infra-red to ultra-violet. Animals may see different colors. The science of color is an on-going study. Here are the results of new research in Italy about color perception as published on the BBC. Click here to read this fascinating article.
Click on the photos below or run the slide show to see earth at her best -- the colors that all of us can see and share.
Around each living thing, she saw its electromagnetic energy field, a vibrant and moving pulsation that is an integral part of its being. Other synesthetes can also see this extended range of colors, although each one may perceive them differently.
Color is the visual perception of light interacting with the light receptors of the eye. The science of color, sometimes referred to as chromatics, is the perception of color by the human eye and brain, the origins of color in materials, color theory, and the physics of electromagnetic radiation in the visible range.