Happy Green Day!. The sun is shining and it is supposed to hit 70 degrees Farenheit today. It’s like the first day of spring. The world is starting to look very Green.
This week we have been discussing shades and hues of color. There are many shades and hues of Green. It is a pervasive color found in nature.

Some examples of green hues include: Inchworm Green, Lawn Green, Bright Green, Pastel Green, Pistachio Green, Camouflage Green, Dark Olive Green, and more.

inchworm www.piedmontwildlifecenter.com I
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Grass www.depostiphotos.com I
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Bright Green www.123rf.com I
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Pastel Green www.gravity-fashion.com I
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Pistachio www.color.wikia.com I
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Olive green earrings www.etsy.com I
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What is your favorite green hue?

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References:
http://www.ehow.com/list_7430130_different-types-color-green.html
http://www.workwithcolor.com/green-color-hue-range-01.htm

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