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Blue eyes are an example of the Tyndall effect, which depends on the fact that blue light is more likely to scatter off particles than red. The iris has layers, and each layer has different amounts of pigment. When just the front layer lacks pigment, the iris looks blue. As light passes through the front layer, the blue light scatters, but the other colors pass through into the back layer where they are absorbed by pigment there. So, the only light that makes it out for us to see is blue.
Siberian Husky Sled Dog - amazing amazing eyes... love it!
huskies eyes >>>
Dove's eye color
what big eyes you have
Mesmerizing blue eyed dog
Wow! What a face.
These are my two little friends :) They are growing up so fast! Now we're the same size! Okay you guys can stop growing now! ah s*** I'm small!
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Huskies have their own personality completely different than any dog I've ever had. I love my babies.
Husky Is Very Happy & so are these lovely fellows too -> bowwowtimes.com/...
love the grey sweater and beanie, so relaxed looking
Jasper the Siberian Husky. ...........click here to find out more googydog.com
Portrait of a serious but beautiful husky
Siberian Husky. I love seeing the different colorations of the Husky.
This looks just like Sashy....