Sunday, May 14, 2017

The most colorful places on Earth

By Erika Owen
May 2,2017, 5:00:36PM,EDT
You can find color wherever you go, but there are some places that leave more vivid memories than others.
If you’re looking to douse yourself in the vibrancy of the world’s kaleidoscope, we’ve got some suggestions for you.
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From an unexpected pink lake in the Dominican Republic to Iceland’s icy-blue Crystal Caves to India’s Holi festival, there are places all around the globe waiting to be explored.
Lavender fields, France
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If the fragrant flowers don’t lure you in, the sea of purple will. Just imagining yourself completely surrounded in a delicious purple cloud is enough to bring your blood pressure down a few points.
Lake Hillier, Australia
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The pink color of this lake comes from its high salt content and the organisms living inside of it: algae and little dudes called halobacteria.
Marble Caves, Chile
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These beautiful caves change color depending on the color of the water. The gentle curves of the rock walls make it easier for sunlight to bounce around, reflecting the blues below.
Tulip Fields of Holland
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Every spring, rows upon rows of tulips bloom all around The Netherlands. Take a trip to Holland during March or April, and you’ll be treated to a once-in-a-lifetime scene.
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