Pools of Colour Monday 6 June, 2011 In Photography imagine being dip-dyed in a pool of colour. – the above were taken in Taupo, New Zealand by Stevie Peerenboom – taken at the Krafla Volcano, Iceland by Mark Lukoyanichev – taken at Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park by Robby Edwards – taken in Askja, Iceland by John Freeman – taken in Yellowstone National Park by Sandra Kreuzinger – taken at the Dallol Hot Springs, Ethiopia by PhotoVolcanica Related posts: sort of like a dream? no, better. forest iceland! flickrlandscapenatureoutdoorsPhotographypoolspring 24 Comments Mandy 9 years ago Reply These are incredible! The first two look fake. Edelweissnyc 9 years ago Reply I love these photos. So amazing. I have always wanted to go to Iceland to swim in those pools! I must go! The Bohmerian 9 years ago Reply Yes they really are so beautiful! Hannah 9 years ago Reply Yellowstone is on my list if/when I go to America. I don’t need to see a skyscraper – just this awesomeness, hell yes. The Pessimiss 9 years ago Reply I have a secret desire to be bathed in a pool of coconut milk. Don’t tell… Thomas 9 years ago Reply i like this. these vibrant pools of water have always amazed me! Irati 9 years ago Reply There is a similar one in Lanzarote, Canary Islands, called El Golfo: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:2008-12-19_Lanzarote_ElGolfo.jpg Miss Moss Post Author 9 years ago Reply incredible! especially against that black sand. Color Collective 9 years ago Reply These are gorgeous!! Pretty amazing! Simone Leblanc 9 years ago Reply LOVE this. Such vibrant colors! Lolawashername.com 9 years ago Reply Good golly, these are all so extraordinary! Happy Monday, lady. xo Lola Curious Constellation 9 years ago Reply I’ve always been so fascinated by things like this. lauren 9 years ago Reply OH MY GOSH love love love Helen 9 years ago Reply what fabulous colours nature gives us. The Blue Lake is in South Australia, so what’s so unusual about a lake that’s blue? It’s the intensity of the colour particularly when you fly over and everything else is a lush deep green…beautiful http://www.mtgambier-gemclub.webs.com/ Miss Moss Post Author 9 years ago Reply oh wow it looks amazing! Anette 9 years ago Reply So weird and beautiful. Great post! kristina - no penny for them 9 years ago Reply incredibly beautiful. Darcy 9 years ago Reply Wonderful! Thank you! homestilo 9 years ago Reply These are absolutely stunning. They almost look as if they would have super natural healing powers. Sharon 9 years ago Reply Wow, truly breathtaking. The second Yellowstone one is my favourite. I just added a new state to my list. Pingback: planschen « NORDSUEDGEFAELLE Dianne 9 years ago Reply The top one is in Rotorua, not Taupo! I was there in April. We walked around a corner and my boyfriend and 10 year old brother both FLIPPED OUT and started screaming ITS BRIGHT GREEN! ITS BRIGHT GREEN! Boyfriend has a photo on his phone he cracks out every now and then and starts shouting ITS BRIGHT GREEN! LOOK AT IT! LOOOOOK AAATTT ITTTTT!! Somehow it didn’t come out so green in my photos http://www.flickr.com/photos/dailyohdeer/5695776470/in/set-72157613609365948 Amazing. I’m pinning everyone of these bad boys. ! Kristina 9 years ago Reply Such a beautiful collection of amazing pictures!! Isn’t nature just the most awesome thing out there?? :) Pingback: Notes on a Trend: Neon « Three Fifty Five Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.