Complementary Colors in the Natural World

Slate Blue – Teal – Orange Spice

Look down and see them separate

Blue Jay feather
Blue Jay feather

Or together

Octopus Stinkhorn fungus and the Fly
Clathrus columnatus , the Octopus stinkhorn and the Fly

Eye catching, unique, beautiful

Variegated Fritillary Caterpillar
Variegated Fritillary Caterpillar

Gaia in all her glory

Octopust Stinkhorn fungus
Clathrus columnatus , the Octopus stinkhorn

Beginning with the pastels of Spring and continuing through the intense shades of Autumn,
the gardens of Valley View never disappoint.
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