There are multiple instances of pure white color in natural settings.
From clouds, to snow, to whitewater, and sea foam. To whipped egg whites, mynah bird feathers, and a beer head. To soap foam, frothy saliva, and ice cubes.
The first lesson highlights multiple entities that appear pure white within our natural surroundings.
And the unifying concept behind the white color.
Most of the objects that are pure white in nature are due to masses of air bubbles that are held in place by a transparent netting.
This allows light to be bounced around by the different reflective surfaces.
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