Glacial Blue Vs. Ocean Blue : Matte Finish

A comparison of two colours which can appear very similar. Note the Glacial Blue gets lighter as it nears the coasts – and the Ocean Blue has layers of darker colours in the ocean and is a more solid colour as it nears the coasts.

Glacial Blue (pictured The 80cm Curve / Albion 80 / Albion 50)

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The 80cm Tri in Glacial Blue –

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Ocean Blue – featured is a 50cm in matte (Albion 50)

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Looking at 23cm globes :

First with Glacial Blue –

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Moving on to Ocean Blue.

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