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Its a colourful world that we live in!

I’ve always loved colour in all of its different forms which probably makes sense as to why I became an artist. Looking through a recent travel article on The Guardian’s website, I found this great little piece showcasing some of the most colourful and beautiful places on the planet. Sadly, I’ve not been able to visit any of these places myself but they have all made it on to my list. Especially the “Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park” in China! Its difficult to believe that such beauty can exist without the touch of man. Maybe that’s the problem? I always look at us being the pinnacle of what has been created on this planet, but it is very apparent that there is still so much to discover and learn from our mother land. The natural colours that can be found within some of the world’s largest geothermal centres such as the the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA, showcase tones and hues that you need to see to believe.


Blooming tulip fields in the Netherlands. Photograph: Hollandluchtfoto/Getty Images


‘The Wave’, a 190m-year-old Jurassic-age sandstone rock formation in Arizona. Photograph: Blaine Harrington III/Corbis


Camel thorn trees in Namibia. Photograph: Alamy


The Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park. Photograph: Xuan Che/Getty Images

[via The Guardian]

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