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When I was little I say one of these & I said to my dad, "look an adobe peacock!" haha, no it's an albino & I almost like them better than normal peacocks. This is a lovely photo.

NOT ANAlbino peacock. Show-casing the essential outlines and bare natural design of a peacock.

shades of emerald teal and navy with brown. Softness, brightness, iridescence, and muteness together. More of that fascinating contradiction of bright colors in muted media, iridescence with plush texture.

Peacock Feathers Handmade Cross-Stitch Pattern Chart

I'm really into Peacock Feathers, yes my style hippy, bohemian chic, shades of turquoise and teal green.

I want one, peacocks in flight - Imgur

I want one

Funny pictures about Flying Peacocks. Oh, and cool pics about Flying Peacocks. Also, Flying Peacocks photos.

Neglected Eighty-Eight Butterfly photograph by Joel Sartore A neglected eighty-eight butterfly (Diaethria neglecta) in Brazil’s Pantanal displays the design of lines and dots that gave it its unusual common name.

Neglected 88 Butterfly (Diaethria nedglecta) in Brazil's Pantanal is named for its wing pattern. Photo by Joel Sartore, National Geographic.

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11 Fascinating Fractals in Nature

In this series of photographs featuring the delicate details of peacock feathers, photographer Waldo Nell relied on an Olympus BX 53 microscope to take hundreds of individual shots that were combined to create each image seen here. The process, called photo stacking, blends dozens or even hundre

The Extraordinary Iridescent Details of Peacock Feathers Captured Under a Microscope

Canadian software engineer and photographer Waldo Nell shows us just how fabulous peacock feathers are – even at a microscopic level. Using an Olympus BX 5

Like more of the bronze.  The peacock uses its brilliant plumage to entice females. (don't they all!?) { image via National Geographic photo by Medford Taylor }    Photograph by Medford Taylor

Peacocks are large, colorful pheasants (typically blue and green) known for their iridescent tails. These tail feathers, or coverts, spread .

by Tracey-Jane Anderson, Multi Media Artist.

Peacock Feathers.....by Tracey-Jane Anderson, Multi Media Artist.
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