Incredibly beautiful places of the world
No, you do not need to adjust your screen, and at the same time any of these pictures - it is not the result of Photoshop. In fact, these sites (natural and man-made, seasonal and perennial) have such incredible and unusual colors, it is difficult to believe that they do exist.
Kawachi Fuji Garden, Kitakyushu, Japan
Despite the popularity of online photos Wisteria Tunnel in the Japanese garden, private garden Kawachi Fuji remains one of Japan's biggest secrets. Located in Fukuoka Prefecture in Kyushu, the garden is home to 150 trees, 22 different varieties of wisteria, and to get there you must pay an entrance fee of 300-1000 yen, depending on the time of year. The most the best time to visit the garden - it's April and May with the annual festival wisteria, which is held in late April.
Flower Fields Canola, Yunnan, China
These yellow flowers of canola (also known as rapeseed flowers) bloom in early spring, turning the small county of Luoping in Yunnan golden ocean. These flowers not only attract people, Luoping is also the national center for bee breeding and honey production.
Morning Glory Pool, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
The colors in this hot spring were more thoroughly investigated than the pink Lake Hiller shade and it turned out that their form bacterial colonies that line the walls. Sometimes, after a strong seismic activity in the area, the pool begins to erupt like a geyser.
Hitachi-Seaside Park, Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan
regions 470 occupy an area-Hitachi Seaside Park is best known due to the "Harmony nemophila" huge flower festival held in May, when the 4, 5 mL of transparent blue nemophila bloom on the hills. The park is also home to 170 species of tulips, more than a million daffodils and other flowers. Fun fact: Hitachi Seaside Park, also holds the "Rock Festival in Japan" annually in August.
Fly Geyser, Northern Nevada
Accidental anthropogenic phenomenon, Fly Geyser is a byproduct of a failed drilling wells in the 1960s, began erupting dissolved minerals, and for many years, these minerals have accumulated the required number to form the distinctive pillars geyser rainbow. Unfortunately, it is on private property (but this does not stop people from doing a huge blog about how to find it).
Bamboo Forest Sagano, Arashiyama, Japan
Designated as Historic Site and as a place of beauty in the Japanese system of classification Attractions, Arashiyama (or Storm Mountain, the so-called mountain opposite Ōi River), located on the western outskirts of Kyoto. This is another area depending on the season, tourism in Arashiyama reaches its peak during the spring and fall to cherry blossom and autumn color changes. Fun fact: Bamboo Forest Sagano is located north of Todzhetsukio Bridge (Bridge of the lunar transfer), and depending on which side you stand, you will see two different river - the river HOZU (west side) or river Ketsura (on the east side ).
Zhangye Danks, Southwest China
Better known as "China's Rainbow Mountain," relief forms Zhangye Danks cover an area of nearly 300 square miles, and are formed from geological processes that are unique to China. In 2010, these relief forms were put on the World Heritage list.
Yi Peng, Thailand
Celebrated annually throughout Thailand and parts of Laos, but the most impressive demonstration held in Chiang Mai, the festival paper lanterns are now the same as the Loy Krathong, and celebrated together, producing a seemingly infinite number of lights in the sky and on the water.
Cinque Terre, Italy
The Cinque Terre ( "Five Lands") is part of the coast on the Italian Riviera and is comprised of five villages, built on terraces that overlook the sea. In the photo the village of Manarola.
Lake Hillier, Middle Ayled, Australia
There is no consensus as to why this lake is pink, but some hypotheses indicate the presence of the dye produced by the bacteria in the water, or red colonies of bacteria living in the salt crusts lake. Fun fact: the water is pink, even if you're her type in the bottle, so it's not just a trick of the light.
Fields of Tulips, Netherlands
is known as a major producer in the world of tulips, approximately 3 billion. Tulips are grown each year in the Dutch area Duin-en Bollenstreek (area Dune and polder in Dutch). The best time to see the tulips is the period from late March to early May.
A small island located in the southern part of the Aegean Sea off the southeast coast of Greece, Santorini is famous for its whitewashed houses with blue roof, killer sunsets and its spectacular volcanic activity.
Burano, Venice, Italy
Burano is about 4 miles from the city center. The colors of the houses are controlled strictly regulated by the state system. So, you must send a formal request to paint his house, and the government responds with a set of colors, suitable for this particular property.
Black Forest, Germany
Land with its own unique breed of cattle, horses, and giant earthworms, the Black Forest is part of the mountain range, located in the state of Baden-Württemberg, in the south-western region of Germany. In fact, the forest consists mainly of spruce, Douglas fir and white pine, and a popular hiking, biking and cross-country trails. The region is also famous for the origin of the Black Forest Ham, Black Forest Cake and the famous clock accuracy (made before the closure of factories in the two world wars).
The mountain town in the north-west of Morocco, Chefchaouen (or simply "Shauen" as it is called by locals) is named after the mountain peaks above the town, in which usual kind of two-horned goat ( "Shaw"). The countryside around the city is known as a fertile source of Keefe, and in fact, the region is one of the main producers of cannabis in Morocco.
This is the Chilean port city, also known as "Little San Francisco" and "Pearl of the Pacific," where the Chilean National Congress convened in 1990. Valparaiso is home to the first fire department in South America, as well as well-known thought-out system of cable elevators.
Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon, Arizona
Havasu Creek sharply down from 100 futoy height of the vertical cliff in the Grand Canyon in the pool, rich with calcium carbonate (which gives it a bright blue-green color). Since the content of the stream of mineral substances as high waterfall configuration always varies (on top of the rock and breaks accumulate).
Antelope Canyon, AZ
Just to the southwest of Havasu Falls located in northern Arizona Antelope Canyon. Formed by flash floods, rushing through the sandstone, the name of the canyon on the Navajo language actually means "the place where water runs through rocks."
Hot Springs in Rotorua, New Zealand
Powerful geothermal activity in the area has created an array of hot springs and mud pools around Rotorua, New Zealand. The reverse side of all this geothermal activity is that it causes heavy emissions of hydrogen sulfide, which smells like rotten eggs and has earned the city the nickname "City of Sulfur."
Temple Daigo-ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan
Red Beach of Panjin, China
Located in the Liaohe River Delta this beach is home to a large number of algae that grow in well-salted alkaline soil. Although for the most part, the green algae, they are strikingly transformed autumn red.
Tukinuoe Park, Hokkaido, Japan
This park is an area of 2, 5-acre park is famous Schibazakuroy (Pink Moss) that grows there and blooms in May and June. In fact, there is a special Moss Rose Festival, which takes place in Hokkaido every year.
Santa Marta, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Feature Project Favela - Kick ongoing campaign aimed at improving the appearance of emerging favelas of Rio de Janeiro (slums). Their first (very successful) art project was carried out in Santa Marta, and they continue to recruit local young people to help beautify the city.
Annual Project Settings umbrella, Agueda, Portugal
It has become an annual occurrence, when the project Celestial Umbrella establishes a canopy with bright umbrellas on the streets Agueda from July to September. They not only provide shade from strong summer sun, but also add amazing bright colors and give a rest from the daily life of the inhabitants.
Beach Beau Street, Melbourne, Australia
Beach Beau Street in Melbourne consists of 82 brightly colored "locker", the same size and shape commonly used for dressing in bathing suits. All these locker rooms retain their original architecture of the Victorian era and are the only survivors of such facilities near the city's business district.