Monday, March 25, 2013

Australia's Particularly Peculiar Pink Lake Hillier...

It's particularly peculiar, this pink Lake Hillier.
The six hundred metre long lake, surrounded by a rim of sand and dense forestation is situated on Middle Island, the largest of the islands that make up the Recherche Archipelago in Western Australia.
British navigator and hydrographer Matthew Flinders found the pretty pink lake way back in 1802 and strangely enough, nobody's come up with the definitive reason why the lake water is pink.
They call Australia The Lucky Country.
Perhaps it's because they have a pink lake...


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6 comments:

  1. That's amazing! It's not just a little pink either. Amazing stuff out there in the world.

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  2. Everything's pretty in pink - wonder if it's the silica like the pink and white terraces use to be here? Strange but very beautiful!.

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  3. Wow! I would love to visit this.

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  4. but howw it is possible maybe it is given just an a liquied substance & mixed in the water for tourists

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    1. you just broke the fun it is just appered pink

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