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  • Jen Kan

    Spotted Lake, located a little than a little less than a mile north of the Washington state line in British Columbia, Canada. The ameoba-shaped Spotted Lake, changes colors throughout the year & during the summer time divides itself into white, green or yellow pools. The unusual qualities of the lake are the result of the massively high concentrations of salts, titanium, calcium, sulphates & other minerals that form “walkways” underwater. After water evaporates the "spots" are revealed.

  • Erin Hale

    ‘The Spotted Lake’ or ‘Kliluk’ located near the City of Osoyoos in British Columbia, Canada. The lake is full of minerals including; calcium, sodium & magnesium sulphate as well as metals like silver and titanium. In the summer time, most of the water in the lake evaporates, leaving behind over 365 pools. Um... Why don't I know about this place ?!?!

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