50+ MESMERIZING Things That Are Blue In Nature

Has blue become your favorite color recently? If so, you should check out nature more often because there are so many things that are NATURALLY BLUE! Blue is one of the three primary colors. You can combine blue directly with white color to produce the lighter tints of blue or combine it with some black…

Has blue become your favorite color recently? If so, you should check out nature more often because there are so many things that are NATURALLY BLUE!

Blue is one of the three primary colors. You can combine blue directly with white color to produce the lighter tints of blue or combine it with some black to produce the shades of blue. If you want to be adventurous, you can combine blue with another primary color, so the result will be a secondary color such as green or purple. And if two secondary colors are blended, the result will be a tertiary color.

This means that there are so many things that actually contain blue color, whether the bluish color appears clearly or not.

In this post, we will focus on things that actually look blue, be it the lighter version of blue or the darker version of it.

Things That Are Blue In Nature

Blue Moon

Blue Fire in Volcano

BLUE FIRE – There is a volcano mountain called Ijen with blue fire in Indonesia

Blue Delphinium

Blue Sky

Blue Gentian

Blue Whale

Blue Brunnera Flower

Blue Macaw Bird

Blue Ocean

Blue Crater Lake in Oregon

Blue Eyes

Concord Grapes

Damson Plums

Blue Lobster

Blue Starling

Blue Agapanthus

Blue Starflower

Blue Corn

Blue Anemone Flower

Blue African Lily

Blue Love in A Mist Flower

Nigella damascene a.k.a. love-in-a-mist petal color has a shade of blue.

Blue Jay

Uranus

Blue Dragonfly

Himalayan Blue Poppy

Siberian Squill Blue Flower

Blue Rock

Columbine Flower

Blue Veronica Flower

Blue Bachelor’s Button Flower

Blue Morning Glory

Blue Moor Frog

Blue Tweedia Flower

Blue Butterfly

Blue Lungwort Flower

Felicia Daisy

Blue Hydrangea

Hydrangea flowers with blue color look magnificently beautiful, don’t they?

There is a kind of hydrangea plant that can change its flower color according to the soil where it grows. If it grows in acid soil, the flower will become blue in color. If it grows in alkaline soil, the flower will be pinkish or red.

Blueberry Fruit

Indian Peafowl Head

Blue Glacier Ice

Blue Bell Flower

Dori Fish

Mandarin Fish

Blue Hyacinth Flower

Eastern Bluebird

Blue Dacnis

Balaenoptera

Blue Periwinkle

Blue Jellyfish

Blue Cornflower

Blue Forget Me Not

Blue Iris