Unfortunetly because of the different types of monitors and the way each person has thiers adjusted it is very difficult to portray colors very accuretly unless you had your monitor calibrated and adjusted to the a known standard of brightness contrast and had the specific profile for your video card and monitor loaded. I am into graphics and photo manipulation so my monitor is calibrated.
The stones in the pix are dark green. Now because they had been out exposed to air for a while and they had time to dry out they also look considerably darker than when they first came out.
The pix is from my third flush. I passed the yellows this past weekend which was my 5th. The yellows were lentil sized and fairly soft and white on the inside. Like I said in my post the white stuff looked like congealed fat. BTW I used 10x magnification loupe when I examine and cut the stones.