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    Flathead Lake in Montana - the water is so clear it looks shallow even though it's up to 370 feet deep

    Austria's Green Lake: a park that becomes a lake for the summer

    As manatees can't survive in water below 60 degrees, they migrate to Kings Bay and the adjacent rivers every winter, which are an average 72 degrees all year round. So from November through March 2012, you can head to Crystal River, which is 70 miles north of Tampa, where it is the epicenter of manatee-watching, and go frolicking with these giant but affectionate creatures. will be doing this... Can anyone say bucket list??!!!

    Flathead Lake, Montana (USA) // very clear water, 370 feet deep

    Located on the shores of Lake Huron, near Michigan, many people even dont know about this place existing on earth. This amazing rock is one of the most beautiful places in nature you will ever see. One of the little-known wonders of Huron County, this place is really a paradise. Turnip Rock is one huge amazing shaped rock which got that mushroom shape because of tidal erosion. The only way to reach to this beautiful and amazing piece of nature is by boat or kayaks

    This is how it looks when you put your hand in the ultra-clear water of the Flathead Lake in the USA!

    bridges park / ireland Amazing

    The Beijing National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube.

    A District Of Montana

    Underwater hotel rooms in Fiji. This is amazing!

    Lake Como, Italy.

    Lake McDonald,Glacier National Park,Flathead County,Montana,USA:



    Japan, Nagano Hotel, tunnel of lights...WOW

    Japanese Firefly squid.

    Shipwreck in shallow water. Lake Huron.

    Colliding Rivers in Geneva, Switzerland - The junction of the Rhone and Arve Rivers. The river on the left is the Rhone, which is just exiting Lake Lehman. The river on the right is the Arve, which receives water from the many glaciers of the Chamonix Valley (mainly the Mer de Glace) before flowing north-west into the Rhone on the west side of Geneva, a higher level. Photographer unknown.

    See America: A WPA Federal Art Project poster for the U.S. Travel Bureau promoting tourism in Montana. The poster shows a cluster of tipis with mountains in the background: "See America. Welcome to Montana. U.S. Travel Bureau." Illustrated by Richard Halls. c. 1938.

    Coron Island, Philippines