The Mysterious Pink Lake
Lake Hillier is located in Western Australia. The pink color of the lake is permanent, and does not change when taken out of the lake. It is still unknown why the water is pink. Some researchers suggest that the lake’s pink color is caused by a dye created by the organisms Dunaliella salina and Halobacteria. Others suggest that it is is due to the red halophilic bacteria living in the salt crust deposits surrounding the lake. Despite the unusual color, the lake exhibits no known adverse effects upon humans.
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In this shoot for Baron Magazine, Blommers and Schumm made normal objects appear erotic. ‘It’s nice that people think they are perverts, looking at these boring still lifes,’ they say.
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