Sunlight comprises different lights having different wavelengths like UV, visible, IR, X ray etc. When the rays from sunlight fall on the material, it changes the bonding of material which results into sight color change. The heat from sunlight also plays a role.
A flower's color is determined by the genetic instructions in its DNA. DNA is the genetic blue print for an organism. However the amount of sunlight and soil content can sometimes make some changes in the color of the plant.
It is how the sunlight is refracted by the earth's atmosphere, kind of like when light shines through a prism, it creates a rainbow, It's just that this rainbow is much bigger, and it seems like the sky changes color as the sunlight is refracted differently.
There are 7 seals on this book. When the 6th was opened, 1. there was an earthquake..2. The Sun was darkened, so the light was cut off. 3. the Moon turned the color of red. When the sunlight is changed on the Moon, it changes color.
There isn't a fabric paint that changes color when it gets wet. But, there is a fabric paint that changes color when it gets warm in the sun. There is also a type of nail polish sticker that changes color when exposed to the sun.
The object does not make a permanent color. The sunlight bleaches the paper around the object, making the paper lighter. When the object is removed, the area where it sat is darker - because it was not bleached by the sunlight.
While changes in eye color of infants are more common, even in adults, eye color changes are seen, most often as a result of exposure to the sun. Sunlight triggers melanin production in the eye, as it does to the skin.