Monday, October 6, 2014

Wonderful Places: Is not always green!

Wonderful places almost all of you don't even know they exist. Is not always green, some grass, trees, mountains, stuff that is normally green, creating rainbows.

So I was inspired by this magnificent picture of a pink moss garden, which supposedly was located on Ireland, which I found out is bullshit. To do a post of incredible places. But since it was a good inspiration, I'm gonna do the post anyway, but FYI, the pink picture is FAKE!, next to it is the original garden.

Anyway here is a list of 5 amazing places where color in just astonishing, please if you know one of this places is fake, or one of the picture is Photoshoped, just let me know. Hope you enjoy nature gifts.

Panjin Red Beach, China

Located in the Liaohe River Delta, this beach is home to vast quantities of algae, which grow well in salty alkaline soil. Although for the most part, the green algae, they are strikingly transformed autumn red.

Daigo-ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan

Zhangye dunks, Southwest China

Better known as the “Rainbow Mountains of China,” relief forms Zhangye Danks occupy an area of ​​nearly 300 square miles, and formed from geological processes that are unique to China. In 2010, these forms of relief were listed as a World Heritage Site.

Fly Geyser, Northern Nevada

Accidental anthropogenic phenomenon, Fly Geyser is a byproduct of an unsuccessful drilling in the 1960s, began erupting dissolved minerals, and over the years these minerals have accumulated the required number to form a distinctive rainbow pillars geyser. Unfortunately, it is on private property (but this does not stop people from doing a huge blog on how to find it)

Dongchuan Red Land, Kunming

It was praised as the lost palette of god, colorful and gorgeous: red, orange, green, cyan, blue, and purple, like the color of rainbow. The blazing Dongchuan Red Land of Yunnan will surely astonish you.


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