Morning Glory Pool in Yellowstone National Park glows in vibrant yellow, blue, and green.
That’s not a highlighted section of Australia’s Middle Island — it’s the actual color of Lake Hillier.
At Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in Zhangye, China, precipitated groundwater leaves colorful mineral deposits in the mountains.
The Northern Lights require no filter.
The Wave in Coyote Buttes North, Arizona, was formed by water drainage and wind erosion in the sandstone.
Nothing has been Photoshopped out of this image — Uyuni Salt Flat in Bolivia really is that empty.
Yellowstone’s Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest hot spring in the US.
Devil’s Bath in New Zealand really glows bright green.
The Serrania de Hornocal mountain range in Argentina’s Quebrada de Humahuaca valley boasts colorful layers of limestone.
The Cano Cristales river in Colombia is sometimes referred to as the “Liquid Rainbow” and “River of Five Colors.”
Deadvlei in Namibia looks like a painting, but is an actual barren landscape inside Namib-Naukluft National Park.
Rainbow Mountain, also known as Vinicunca or Montaña de Siete Colores (Mountain of Seven Colors), is covered in naturally occurring colorful stripes.
Keukenhof’s flower fields are human-made, but the lines of colorful blooms don’t require any editing software to stand out.
The Grand Canyon is almost too gorgeous to be real.