Color is an indisputable element of our life.
Let’s take a look at the 14 gorgeous places where the filters unnecessary.

1- Jodhpur, India

India’s famous blue city, Jodhpur is in the Rajasthan province of India. The population of the city is 1,300,000 as of 2011 and is the second largest city in Rajasthan province.
Jodhpur, India


2- Lavender Fields In France

Lavender Fields In France


3- Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa

Once upon a time, there are houses and mosques of every color in the region where the Muslims live. It is not known exactly why, but the inhabitants of the region have added a lot of color to these areas where they live for some reason.

Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa


4- Caño Cristales River, Colombia

The river, also known as the five-color river, can be applied to various colors thanks to a rare plant species.

Caño Cristales River, Colombia

 


5- Lake Hillier, Australia

Lake Hillier (known as Pink Lake) is a saline lake on the edge of Middle Island, the largest of the islands and islets that make up the Recherche Archipelago in the Goldfields-Esperance region, off the south coast of Western Australia. It is famous for its pink colour. No-one exactly knows why the lake is pink. Some scientists tell that the pink color comes from a dye created by bacteria that lives in the salt crusts.

Lake Hillier, Australia


6- Flower Fields of the Netherlands

You should travel to Holland in the mid April  to see the tulips at their best.
The tulip season lasts from the end of March to the middle of May, but the flowers reach the mid-April to become the best.
You can see that over 7 million flower bulbs bloom in Spring at the Keukenhof in Lisse.

Flower Fields of the Netherlands


7- Luoping, China

Luoping is located in Qujing Prefecture, Yunnan, China.
The region of Luoping in eastern Yunnan is noted for its lovely view in spring, when its fields of canola plants are in full blossom encompassing the territory’s mountains with an ocean of brilliant blooms to staggering impact.

Luoping, China


8- Valley of Flowers National Park, India

Valley of Flowers National Park is an Indian national park, situated in West Himalaya, in the are of Uttarakhand and is known for its knolls of endemic high blooms and the assortment of flora.

Valley of Flowers National Park, India


9- Hitsujiyama Park, Japan

The Hitsujiyama Flower Park is especially spectacular in April and early May when it is covered by pink carpets of flowers called Shibazakura, meaning “a lawn of cherry blossoms.”

Hitsujiyama Park, Japan


10- Lake Natron, Tanzania

Lake Natron is a salt and soda lake located in Tanzania that can stay red most of the year.
Lake Natron, Tanzania

11- La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Boca is a neighborhood of Buenos Aires. It holds a solid European flavor, with a number of its early settlers being from the Italian city of Genoa.

La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina


12- Júzcar, Spain

Júzcar is located in the province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. It is situated in the east of province in the Valle del Genal. In spring 2011, all the buildings in the Júzcar (even the church and gravestones) were painted blue by Sony Pictures to celebrate the premiere of the Smurfs movie. Sony proposed to restore homes. But people of the town do not want it because they get used to seeing blue and everything stays as it is.

Júzcar, Spain


13- Burano, Venice, Italy

Burano is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy; like Venice itself, it could more correctly be called an archipelago of four islands connected by bridges.

Burano, Venice, Italy


14- Lake Tuz, Turkey

Lake Tuz turned beautifully red by blossoming of crimson algae.

Lake Tuz, Turkey