Try these Mystic Mountain color schemes for an awe-inspiring home office. Another great color scheme inspired by the NASA photo!
I absolutely love the muted greens, peaches and taupe colors. The photo inspires mystical color schemes – for sure. And, remember – you can download many images from NASA. This photo of Mystic Mountain can be found here.
If you like this photo, consider using NASA photos in your home office. Walls filled with beautiful photos from NASA make for a warm and comforting environment.
Is this image not just absolutely gorgeous? I love the lavender and golds with that lush green color. Imagine your office surrounded with these colors. Ahhhhh.
More information about Mystic Mountain
Turmoil and chaos assault the pillar from within. Infant stars fire off jets of gas set up by the infant stars buried inside. This cosmic pinnacle resides within a chaotic stellar nursery called the Carina Nebula. The nebula is situated 7,500 light-years away in the southern constellation Carina. Within, new stars form caused by the scorching radiation and fast winds. These constantly shape and compress the pillar. Additionally, streamers of hot ionized gas flow off the ridges of the structure, and wispy veils of dust, illuminated by starlight, float around its peaks.
Fledgling stars nestle inside this tall pillar of gas. The long streamers of gas shooting in opposite directions off the pedestal are the signpost for new star birth. Swirling disks around the stars launch the jets. These disks allow material to slowly accumulate onto the stars’ surfaces, some day becoming stars.
This image marks the 20th anniversary of Hubble’s launch and deployment into Earth orbit.