Tahiti Afternoon
Mo’orea, French Polynesia | by Jesse Estes
Arusha, Tanzania 
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Paris, France - walking back to my aunt’s house from taking a boat ride on Bateaux Mouches. 
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Gondola ride in Venice, Italy
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Winter Harbor, Maine
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Secret staircase in the Fern Garden of Blarney Castle, Ireland
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Hexagonal rocks of the Giant’s Causeway, near Bushmills, Northern Ireland
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Villefranche-sur-mer, Côte D’Azur, France.
 By Matheus Carvalho 
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Monte Carlo, Monaco.
 By Matheus Carvalho 
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Nice, France.
 By Matheus Carvalho
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Moraine Lake
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Jablan Jezero by Costin Mugurel
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Pink Lake Hillier in Australia | Andrea Maizzi

Lake Hillier is a pink-colored lake on Middle Island, the largest of the islands and islets that make up the Recherche Archipelago, Western Australia. From above the lake appears a solid bubble gum pink.
Unlike other pink lakes in the world like the one in Retba and the salt ponds at San Francisco Bay, the pink color of Lake Hillier has not been decisively proved, although it is speculated that the color could arise from a dye created by the organisms Dunaliella salina and Halobacteria. Another hypothesis is that the pink color is due to red halophilic bacteria in the salt crusts. That the color is not a trick of light can be proved by taking water from the lake in a container – the pink color can be found to be permanent.  

Information Source: via Amusing Planet

Milford Sound by (Tim Jordan Photography)
Opaque  by  andbamnan