11 Of The World’s Most Colorful Places Are Straight Out Of A Fairytale

These images aren’t from a Willy Wonka factory… They’re real.

These images aren't from a Willy Wonka factory... They're real.




Tim Burton, take note. We’ve found the sets for your next film.

Some are man-made creations, while others are natural phenomenons. All of them, however, rank among the most colorful places on earth.

If you thought the real-life Simpsons house was an eye-popper, wait till you see the photos we’ve got here. The above pic shows the Grand Prismatic Hot Spring in Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park, and there’s plenty more below.




Throw on some sunglasses and check ’em out.

Wroclaw, Poland

Wroclaw, Poland

Rumor has it, if you knock on these doors, you might find The Cat in the Hat.

Lake Retba, Senegal

Lake Retba, Senegal

The pinkish/purplish color of the this lake is a result of a bacteria that lives in salt water. It does not harm humans, however, so if you’ve ever wondered what it was like to swim in Pepto-Bismol, here’s your chance.

Zhangye Danxia, China

Zhangye Danxia, China

The colorful rock formations are due to red sandstone and mineral deposits dating back 24 million years. To me, this looks like a shot of a role-playing game that will take you 24 million years to complete.

Procida, Italy

Procida, Italy

If you move into the castle-like house in the top right, you’d be like the king of the colorful people or something… Awesome.

Yuanyang County, China

Yuanyang County, China

No need to drop acid. Just visit these terraced fields in China and you’ll experience the same effect.

Luoping, China

Luoping, China

This scene looks like a nightmare for allergy sufferers. But have no fear, Canola blooms are responsible for the bright yellow color.

Hitsujiyama Park, Japan

Hitsujiyama Park, Japan

Hey Frozen fans, do you want to build a purple snowman? You can’t because that’s actually pink moss covering Mt. Fuji. Regardless, it’s still some pretty cool eye candy.

Lake Hillier, Australia

Lake Hillier, Australia

The pink color of this Australian lake remains a mystery. All I know is that I want to drink some of it — like right now.

The Netherlands

The Netherlands

Those are tulip fields in the picture. Although, if you dabbled some food coloring on any area you see when looking out an airplane window, it would look pretty much the same.

Lavender Fields, France

Lavender Fields, France

The lavender color of these Provence fields paint a beautiful picture. Getting to that gazebo in the center, however, might prove to be a challenge.