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30 colorful photos from the Nat Geo archives that will catch your eye



Sometimes photography is able to capture our attention just by using color alone. Our eye is naturally drawn to certain shades, and certain shades can even affect our mood and well-being.

David Doubilet photographed colorful coral in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, competing for sunlight. The doublet captures the beauty of the coral, but also highlights the grim reality that heating water has killed more than half of the reef’s coral since 1995. (Here’s how coral reefs can survive climate change.)

Miami Beach, Florida is one of the most lively cities in the world. Maggie Steber documented an artist crossing Ocean Drive with a polka dot dress, matching headscarf and pink lipstick. The colorful scene evokes the freedom for a perfect summer day.

Cary Wolinsky photographed a Shingon Buddhist meditating under a cold waterfall, a practice called takigyo it is meant to purify the mind, body and soul. The dark, cool tones of the image capture feelings of patience and calm. (Here is why meditation can also be great for children.)

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