“Lake Hillier is a pink-coloured lake on Middle Island in Western Australia.”
The shallow briny lake is rimmed with white salt and encircled by dark green forests of eucalyptus and paperbark trees. A narrow strip of white dunes and sand separates the lake from the ocean’s deep waters.
Since when did this even exist? Perhaps I should have paid more attention in Australian geography classes. I need to make a trip to this glowing pink lake pronto.
via Twisted Sifter