Pollution in China - a river bleeds to death.
Five Flower Lake, Jiuzhaigou National Park.
Wǔhuā Hǎi, or five flower lake is secluded haven located in Jiuzhaigou National Park in the Sechuan Provence of China. Five flower lakes multicolored waters and unique bed of ancient tree trunks which have fallen to create a ‘criss cross’ pattern on the lake floor make this lake a hidden beauty. The beauty of this lake and surrounding valleys is a world heritage site since 1992, and it is also a world biosphere reserve protected by the international union for conservation of nature.Source: Flickr / nawapa
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