Curated by photographer Annie Griffiths, "Life in Color" is a collection of photos showcasing everything from young Buddhist monks napping in orange robes to a leopard stalking through grass in Botswana. Photos are organized by color, and essays on what particular shades convey viewers preface each section. "Green means we can breathe," reads the chapter heading for "green." "Green means moisture and shade. A thriving green signals life in the world of nature."