Monday, September 6, 2010

Natural Camouflage - Blending in Naturally - Part 6 - Colors

Blending in Naturally with Color

Blending in naturally isn’t always about light and shadow or shades of gray. More often than not it involves bright colors and quite often depends solely upon the environment. Many of the simple creatures in nature depend upon their ability to blend in naturally for survival.

With the proper coloration, many creatures are able to avoid detection and reduce the threat from predators who may be actively seeking them. The true mastery of camouflage is using your surroundings to disguise your presence from those who would seek to end your existence.

It is only through the ability to see past the colors and distinguish minute differences in size and shape that will help you to truly see what is waiting silently in your environment.

Got camouflage with color?

Staying above the water line!



Anonymous said...

What ever is there is hidden well - can't see a durn thing.

riverwalker said...

To: anonymous 12:33

If you look closely at the center area of the pic and pay close attention to the odd might just see an orange butterfly.

Thanks anon.


Anonymous said...

Ah so - now I see it. That is good camo.

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