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LEGO baseplates' colors - equivalent on earth




there are several baseplates' colors which can be used for diffferent formations on our Earth, but for some of them I have no idea, please share you thoughts for what the could be used for. (Only natural formations on our Earth)

white - snow

green/bright green - plants/grass 

blue - water

tan - deserts, coasts

trans clear - ice

light bluish gray/dark bluish gray - streets, asphalt

red - ????

yellow - ????

reddish brown - ????

black - ????

orange - ????

Thanks for answers,


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Not sure streets/asphalt are natural Earth formations .... ;)

The reddish/brown and red could be used for iron-rich soil called laterite. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laterite

The black plates would be much better representations of the black soil found in many parts of the world. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_soil

And apparently yellow soil is a thing... https://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Yellow+Soil


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6 hours ago, mauro23 said:

orange - ????

Thanks for answers,


Janice's spew in accounting after a heavy bender tossing it all up in the morning.

Only other thing for Orange, tree leaves that have fallen during Fall color change or another type of lava flowing, Burnt grass is tan, but Fried Grass I believe can be Orange, Fire in general.  But I still think a large mess from Janice is dead on.


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