We all love traveling. Getting to know new places, other cultures and seeing impressive things. It renews energies and helps us breaking a little bit with our everyday routines. However, visiting happy places makes as happier people.
It is said that colors change our mood… and so we took on the task to find some of the liveliest, most colorful places in America. So, whether man-made or natural wonders, here are some of the most colorful places in the US.
Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
This place thing doesn’t even look real. The crazy thing is that it actually is real and is located in Wyoming. Can you believe it? This is one of the main features of Yellowstone National Park.
Bluebonnets of Willow City, Texas
Texas is a huge state, filled with amazing places like the Bluebonnets fields of Willow City.... they look like they come straight out of a fairytale! I would have never imagined that there would be something like this located in Texas.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona
This one reminds me of a wallpaper I saw somewhere. I always thought they were also unreal... it's amazing to think that these rock formations are the work of mother earth and have taken thousands of years to be where they are right now.
Aspen trees during autumn, Rocky Mountains, Colorado
Yellow, my favorite color. The color of the sun, of smiles and happy things. It has a special brightness that changes my humor. I feel like it brings good vibrations. This forest of trees on the Rocky Mountains is just the perfect color during the fall.
Cranberry bogs of the South Shore, Massachusetts
This picture makes me sing “strawberry fields forever” even though they are not strawberries, I know. But still, tt reminds me of them, all that red paradise! Just beautiful.
Steptoe Butte State Park, the Palouse, Washington
The state of Washington is home to a lot of magnificent natural wonderlands. Steptoe Butte State Park is one of these magical places. This colors again are almost unreal. However, they definitely remind me of Iceland. They have the northern light colors. Don’t they? What a breathtaking view.