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Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology May 16
Ammonites have a unique form of preservation in southwestern Alberta. Tectonic pressure, heat, and mineralization over millions of years, compressed their shells into colourful, iridescent material used to create jewellery called Ammolite.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art May 16
What’s your favorite color?
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Dublin's Dead Zoo May 16
You don't want to taste this rainbow.
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NHM Library&Archives May 16
Because there's always time for in nature.
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NHM Library&Archives May 16
Please say hello to Thomas Watling's Rainbow Lorikeet (Trichoglossus moluccanus) [between 1792 & 1797].
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Rebecca Unsworth May 16
Early C20th sample plates in the collection
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Fadhlaoui May 16
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#AvSpaceMuseum May 16
Yellow is quite a popular aircraft colour! 🌈
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Château de Chambord May 16
colors in , a great season to discover the park and the castle 🍂
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Kings Landing May 16
Costumed villagers interpret carding, spinning and dyeing wool in the Village to create colourful skeins of yarn. Natural dyes like cochineal, goldenrods, logwood, onion skin and indigo create beautiful rainbows in some of the houses 🌈🧶
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Jill Whitelock May 16
The colours of heaven. Comparative sizes of the celestial bodies in our gorgeous illuminated copy of Andreas Cellarius, ‘Harmonia macrocosmica’ (1661). Atlas.3.66.1
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Gore Place May 16
We can find all the colors of the rainbow in our collection, but purple was the trickiest.
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Natural Sciences NMS May 16
: There are plenty of rainbows to be seen in our collection... Like these Frog-Legged Beetles (Chrysomelidae, Sagra spp.) 🐞🌈
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Chillida Leku May 16
Chillida's series "Monumento a la tolerancia" [Monument to Tolerance] pays tribute to the notion of respect for other ideas and beliefs. One of its arms folds inwards as a symbol of welcome and protection, and the other touches the earth and heads for the sky.
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#SciTechMuseum May 16
Northern Lights or aurora are a colourful natural display in the sky. Have you seen the artistic interpretation in the museum? 🌈
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Guggenheim Museum May 16
—the catalyst for 's "The Solomon R. Guggenheim (Spectrum)" (1965-66) was a color postcard. Hamilton studied photographs and Frank Lloyd Wright’s plans before making his own elevations, sections, and preparatory sketches and prints. 🌈
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University of Michigan Museum of Natural History May 16
Our Tree of Life features an interactive multimedia exhibit showing how all living things are connected. Our installation above it shows another (more colorful) way of thinking about it. 🌈🌳
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Dr Kay Sunahara May 16
Roman glass with its decaying layers & iridescent effect has just about every colour of the depending on where and what type of lighting. This piece from Syria dates to about 200-300 CE
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Museum of the Bible May 16
Genesis 9:13-17 (KJV) says, “I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth.” On this day of as we celebrate , immerse yourself in the narratives of the Bible like never before in our Hebrew Bible Experience!
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Beachville District Museum May 16
Take a look at all these colourful artifacts! Come and visit the museum to learn more about them. Beachville District Museum is proud to be a welcoming space for everyone, where diversity and equality are celebrated.
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