That emerald lake reminds me of a natural phenomenon that I saw in Australia and will write up soon. The natural world is a very strange place!
Hels, I thing I might know what you are going to write about. The water colour of the crater lake would have amazed me before we saw so many lakes like that in Canada.
Wow! The last photo is quite sad. Are they all pools on the balcony's?
CM, I guess they are pools or spas.
I've never seen such a sharp divide between wealth and poverty. It's like a fence, all you poor people stay on that side.The games store floor is amazing.
River, while there aren't physical walls here, there is a terrible growing divide.
All three incroyable images Andrew but the last could not be a more accurate sign of the times, quite shocking isn't it.
Grace, I wonder if they are happier on the poor side of the fence than those on nice side of the fence.
Seeing a lake on inside of top of a mountain peak is amazing.Coffee is on
Dora, it is a terrific scenic spot.
Wow the first one is great
Gosia, the blue and white is quite a contrast.
I often wonder about Wednesday!I look forward to viewing those to follow. That middle photo would make the tenderest of stomach more tender! lol
Lee, perhaps you start a series of Wondering Wednesdays posts. There is plenty in the world to wonder about.
All three photos are spectacular. I've seen such floors that mimic 3D. The worst (best?) was a bathroom floor that made one feel they were traversing an incredible drop.
Strayer, I think I have seen that bathroom photo too.