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This is ‘The Spotted Lake’ or ‘Kliluk’ located near the City of Osoyoos in British Columbia, Canada. The lake is full of minerals including; calcium, sodium & magnesium sulphate as well as metals like silver and titanium. In the summer time, most of the water in the lake evaporates, leaving behind over 365 strange pools. Depending on the mineral composition the spots will be white, pale yellow, green or blue in colour. The lake was once considered a sacred healing ground by locals, it is believed to be the most mineralized lake in the world with each of the circles hold a different ‘healing cure’.-JeanFor more photos see:http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/featured/most-psychedelic-lake-on-earth/18196

This is ‘The Spotted Lake’ or ‘Kliluk’ located near the City of Osoyoos in British Columbia, Canada. The lake is full of minerals including; calcium, sodium & magnesium sulphate as well as metals like silver and titanium. In the summer time, most of the water in the lake evaporates, leaving behind over 365 strange pools. Depending on the mineral composition the spots will be white, pale yellow, green or blue in colour. The lake was once considered a sacred healing ground by locals, it is believed to be the most mineralized lake in the world with each of the circles hold a different ‘healing cure’.

-Jean

For more photos see:http://www.environmentalgraffiti.c
om/featured/most-psychedelic-lake-on-earth/18196

No, your eyes not deceiving you. This is the Cave of Crystal in Mexico. At a depth of 300m (1,000 feet) below the Naica mountain in the Chihuahuan Desert these beautiful crystal formations can be found. They were formed thanks to the caves being flooded with mineral rich water which was kept at a steady 136 degrees Fahrenheit (58 degrees Celsius). This allowed anhydrite in the water to slowly form into the gypsum crystals you see here.The largest single crystal found so far is a staggering 11m (36ft) long and 4m (13ft) in diameter!Sources: Nat Geo: http://tinyurl.com/39brt5Wiki: http://tinyurl.com/2uzm6eg

No, your eyes not deceiving you. This is the Cave of Crystal in Mexico. At a depth of 300m (1,000 feet) below the Naica mountain in the Chihuahuan Desert these beautiful crystal formations can be found. They were formed thanks to the caves being flooded with mineral rich water which was kept at a steady 136 degrees Fahrenheit (58 degrees Celsius). This allowed anhydrite in the water to slowly form into the gypsum crystals you see here.

The largest single crystal found so far is a staggering 11m (36ft) long and 4m (13ft) in diameter!

Sources: Nat Geo: http://tinyurl.com/39brt5Wiki: http://tinyurl.com/2uzm6eg