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The river of five colours

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For a few weeks each year, a small river flowing through Sierra de la Macarena in Columbia attracts tourists from across the globe as it dons a dazzling array of colours.

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http://uk.news.yahoo...0577-slideshow/

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hmmm very pretty, i wish i could see this personally,

why cant uk have rivers like this :no: :no:

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Nice!

If you have something similar in your garden, you are rich.

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My first reaction when I clicked on that page was to say "wow"....literally. No wonder it's a tourist attraction, it's lovely.

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It's outright beautiful, but I am shocked that only so few media outlets can get the name of the country right. It's Colombia.

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:o It's sooo prettyy....

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beautiful!

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Stunning! The distinction between the colours really stand out!

We have a Pink Lake Down Under in West Australia, my brother used to live in Esperance, I did visit him, and saw it for myself. It's not always pink, algae blooms at certain times of the year and gives the pink colour, I was lucky enough to be visiting during one of these times.

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Fake! I can see the pixels. :)

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should algae be greenish in colour

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