When E. L. James released her book “50 Shades of Grey,” millions of readers were introduced to a different side of seduction and passion, as the darker, secretive world of B&D was illuminated for the general public. Over 100 million copies of the “50 Shades Trilogy “have been sold worldwide.
I want to show you 15 more shades of gray that I hope you find both stimulating and entertaining.
This photo was named “Gray Skies.” It was submitted in a photography contest for the state of Michigan.
This baby elephant is showing everyone who owns the ball on this field.
Air pollution is now the world’s leading cause of lung cancer, according to the International Agency for Research for Cancer. Smog, car emissions, residential heating and fumes from energy plants are just a few of the main contributors to this problem.
During the 20th century, gray whales were nearly hunted to extinction. Scientists were recently surprised to find that one species of the gray whale, on the endangered animals list in Asia, travels across the Pacific each year to spend the winter in the U.S.