Analogous Colours

The latest instalment in this thread calls for examples of analogous┬ácolours – in other words, ones that are adjacent on the colour wheel:

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The most common mnemonic to help with remembering the ‘proper’ sequence of colours in the spectrum is ‘ROYGBIV’: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. Here are some images that put together good neighbours.

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Two examples here: a flower from Monet’s Garden in Giverny and a selection of flowering courgettes from the Rialto Market in Venice

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A bright blue dragonfly on a green leaf (from my garden pond)

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My grandson sitting at the top of a slide at his pirate-themed second birthday party

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Finally, this is an electronic display in The Mall of The Emirates in Dubai. The colours actually cycle through the whole spectrum

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Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge: Complimentary Colours