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the caristales, Colombia
Glass Pipe, Nature, Beautiful River, Color, South America, Beautiful Place, Cristales River
Cano Cristales river is located near the town of La Macarena in Colombia, South America and is world famous for its colorful display. The Cristales has been called 'the river that ran away to paradise', 'the most beautiful river in the world' and 'the river of five colors'.
The Caristales near La Macarena in Colombiua, South America. A natural waterfall with gorgeous colorful algae.
A unique biological wonder, Caño Cristales (Colombia) has been referred as the "river of seven colors," "the river that ran away from paradise," and "the world's most beautiful river."
(Repin) The Caño Cristales River, located the Macarena Mountains in Colombia, South America. Commonly called "the river of five colors" due to the brilliant pigmentation of the various algae living in it (yes, I wikipedia-ed it).
I'm awe-struck! - Referred to as: the most beautiful river in the world - Cano Cristales has not only, incredibly clear water, the exploding colors produced by the unique "macarenia clavigera" plant living on the bottom of the river make it look other-worldly!
Caño Cristales is a Colombian river located in the Serrania de la Macarena, province of Meta. The river is commonly called "The River of Five Colors," "The Liquid Rainbow" or even "The Most Beautiful River in the World" due to the algae produced colors like red, yellow, green and blue at the bottom of the river giving it a unique appearance.
"Rainbow River" Float in the River of Seven Colors (Cano Cristales) in Colombia /Caño Cristales, Colombia. Algae blooms give this river up to 7 colors
Caño Cristales, River of 5 colors, Serrania de la Macarena, Meta. The river that ran away from paradise,” the Caño Cristales in northern Colombia is often considered the most beautiful river in the world. Stunning, multi-hued algal streaks paint the riverbed in a kaleidoscopic palette of reds, yellows, blues, greens and blacks, while glassy waterfalls spill into neon-colored tide pools. The otherworldly rainbow effect emerges only during the height of summer when the heat helps resident ...
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