I Don't Want To Spoil The Party - ashley joseph edwards
Wonder where this is? This color is naturally occurring when the river, stream or lake is fed from glacier run off. The mineral base that causes it is generally finely ground limestone called 'rock flour'. Lake Louise in Banff Canada is an example. Also check out Moraine Lake, another glacier fed lake that is bright milky turquoise in color. ... Ok, enough science. ;)
The Fairy Pools on the Isle of Syke., Scotland.
Senegal's Lake Retba, or as the French refer to it Lac Rose, is pinker than any milkshake. Experts say the lake gives off its pink hue due to cyanobacteria, a harmless halophilic bacteria found in the water. Lake Retba has a high salt content, much like that of the Dead Sea, allowing people to float effortlessly in the massive pink water x
senegal's lake retba, pink hue due to cyanobacteria, a harmless halophilic bacteria found in the water.