Cerulean Frost 🎨 RGB Color Code: #6D9BC3
The hexadecimal RGB code of Cerulean Frost color is #6D9BC3. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 6D red (109/256), a 9B green (155/256) and a C3 blue component (195/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(109,155,195). Closest WebSafe color: Blue Gray (#6699CC)
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Cerulean Frost on Wikipedia
TPX—Cerulean. This bright tone of cerulean is the colour called cerulean by Crayola crayons. At right is displayed the colour cerulean frost. Cerulean frost
224° 64% 46% 78% 75% Maerz and Paul Cerulean frost #6D9BC3 43% 61% 76% 208° 42% 60% 44% 76% Crayola Cerulean (Crayola) #1DACD6 11% 67% 84% 194° 76% 48%
Carrot orange Catawba Cedar Chest Celadon Celeste Cerise Cerulean Cerulean blue Cerulean frost Cerulean (Crayola) Champagne Champagne pink Charcoal Charleston
Aztec Gold Burnished Brown Cerulean Frost Cinnamon Satin #C39953 #A17A74 #6D9BC3 #CD607E Copper Penny Cosmic Cobalt Glossy Grape Granite Gray #AD6F69 #2E2D88
potential for small gardens. Dianella caerulea is a very hardy (snow and frost hardy) and long-lived plant once established. It can tolerate damp conditions
avid birdwatcher and enlisted band members to contribute bird calls to "Cerulean Skies" on her album Sky Blue. Other bird-related songs on her albums include
Enigma" "Hope" Live (Krakow 1.3.96) "Intro" "Restless Oblivion" "Shroud of Frost" "We the Gods" "Sunset of Age" "Mine Is Yours" "Sleepless" "The Silent Enigma"
unexplained or mysterious circumstances. Bermuda's pink sand beaches and clear, cerulean blue ocean waters are popular with tourists. Many of Bermuda's hotels are
"Ultramarine" 2:27 13. "Iris" 2:53 14. "Cinnabar" 3:20 15. "Desert Sand" 4:50 16. "Deep Saffron" 4:38 17. "Cerulean Blue" 4:05 18. "Slow Movement: Sand" 4:55
44% 28% 62% 41% Pale aqua #BCD4E6 74% 83% 90% 206° 46% 82% 18% 90% Pale cerulean #9BC4E2 61% 77% 89% 205° 55% 75% 31% 89% Pale Dogwood #ED7A9B 93% 48% 61%
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