Heterochromia - A beautiful mutation that causes the iris to have more than one color, or a person can have two different colored eyes - example: one brown eye and one blue eye. [And here I thought hazel eyes were just always multi-coloured]
Amber is a very rare eye color and also known as ‘wolf eyes’, since amber eye color is very common in wolves. Amber eyes can be defined as the ones having a strong yellowish/golden and russet/coppery tint.
NGC 7023 (Iris Nebula) – Within the Iris, dusty nebular material surrounds a hot, young star. The dominant color of the brighter reflection nebula is blue, characteristic of dust grains reflecting starlight.
The iris pool garden at Tenmangu Shrine, Dazaifu, Kyushu, Japan is brimming full of Iris ensata this wet June morning. Plants grow in circular cement planters year round. Unsual most are grown in flooded fields in individual pots.
* Heterochromia Iridis * of the eye. A condition in which the iris (the colored part of the eye) is composed of different colored segments or patches or when the iris of one eye is of a different color than the other.
These are rainbow grapes. These grapes aren't a rare species, they are created during Véraison (when grapes turn from green to purple as they ripen). Photo by Olasupo/Laritech Garden Seeds Branch Company