Pink Lake, Western Australia: The distinctive color is due not to pollution, but is due to a green alga  Dunaliella salina, halobacterium Halobacteria cutirubrum, and/or high concentration of brine prawn. Once the lake water reaches a salinity level greater than that of sea water, the temperature is high enough and adequate light conditions are provided; the alga begins to accumulate the red pigment beta carotene...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Lake_(Western_Australia) #Pink_Lake…

Pink Lake Hillier, Australia: The distinctive color is due not to pollution, but is due to a green alga Dunaliella salina, halobacterium Halobacteria cutirubrum, and/or high concentration of brine prawn. Once the lake water reaches a salinity level great

Cape Pillar Sea Cave, Tasmania, Australia (photo by mrfuller)

great diving round this area.Cape Pillar Sea Cave, Tasmania, Australia (photo by mrfuller)

Dawn at The Devils Marbles, 100 kilometres south of Tennant Creek, Northern Territory, Australia.

*AUSTRALIA ~ Dawn at The Devils Marbles, 100 kilometres south of Tennant Creek, Northern Territory,

Richmond Bridge, Tasmania. Richmond Bridge (1823). Originally named Bigge's Bridge, Richmond Bridge is Australia's oldest bridge still in use. It was built by convicts from sandstone quarried at Butchers Hill and hauled by hand carts to the bridge site.

Tasmania Richmond Bridge Originally named Bigge's Bridge, Richmond Bridge is Australia's oldest bridge still in use. It was built by convicts from sandstone quarried at Butchers Hill and hauled by hand carts to the bridge site.

Largest known myrtle tree in the world. Ringarooma, Tasmania, Australia

Largest known Myrtle Tree in the World Lámina fotográfica por Rob Blakers en AllPosters.

Bay of Fires, Tasmania Turning the corner on the road from St Helens into Binalong Bay, the sight is simply jaw-dropping: the turquoise-coloured ocean breaks onto a breathtakingly white beach fringed with huge boulders draped with iconic orange lichen! Via Instagram @wanderlust_tribe

Amazing colorful Rocks surrounded this quiet water in Tasmania, Australia credit: Tassie Grammer who took this at Binalong Bay via a drone

The Breakaways near Coober Pedy

The Breakaways near Coober Pedy - Several movies have had scenes filmed here – including one which uses the terrain as the planet Mars. According to the Wikipedia entry for The Breakaways, the average ground temperature can reach 65 degC degF) in summer.

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