I have been saving this tip for a rainy day and I don't know when it will rain in Memphis so here ya go....
Link: http://images.google.com/ Click on images like you normally do, and search for an image. When you arrive at the results pages, you’ll notice an All Colors drop down menu. In the menu you can choose a particular color, and only images with that color will appear in the results window.
You can then choose other colors in the drop down menu to instantly switch to that color. According to Google, “You can also combine the color filter with any other image filter to further refine your search. For example, if you’re looking for an image of an orange butterfly, try restricting to photos or clip art.” This adds additional layer of functionality to
the Google image search, which is a powerful tool.
from a Google blog the developer who tells about using this with his young daughter: Just search for something the way you normally would, such as [tulips]. On the results page, click on the "All colors" drop down in the blue bar and choose a color. For example, try restricting your results to [yellow tulips]. Want to see purple tulips instead? Simply click on the color filter again, select purple, and voila — you have pages of beautiful images!
You can also combine the color filter with any other image filter to further refine your search. For example, if you're looking for an image of an orange butterfly, try restricting to photos or clip art.
Color is one of the basic visual elements of an image. Whether you're browsing through photos of sea creatures and flowers or searching for the perfect orange butterfly, we hope you like our new color filter
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