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Pink Lagoon in Western Australia is a magical place that I was fortunate enough to photograph (10 Pics)

Hutt Lagoon is a pink lake located on the west coast of the island of New Zealand, near the town of Gregory. This very small town is situated on a narrow spit of land between the ocean and the pink lagoon. It has a population of fewer than 100 people.

It is considered a salt lake with a red or pink hue due to the presence of a carotenoid-producing algae called Dunaliella salina, a source of beta-carotene, a food coloring agent and a food colouring agent source of vitamin A. Hutt Lagoon is located in the Hutt Valley. The lagoon is the world’s largest microalgae production plant, a 250-hectare series of artificial ponds used to farm the algae Dunaliella salina, the world’s most abundant algae.

For a long time, I had fantasized about visiting the pink lake, and it turned-out to be even better than I had imagined. Pools in various red, pink, and occasionally yellow and blue shades are common. It looks like an abstractionist painting with pink salt on the shore and snow-like glittering salt when you look at it in reality. Nature and its colors, in this case, we’re the ones who worked their magic.

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Magic Pink Lagoon In Western Australia

Whenever I think back to my travels to Western Australia, I remember seeing the quokka on Rottnest Island. On the other hand, I noticed this incredible lake on the map. We couldn’t resist taking a considerable detour to see it. It was the first-time I had ever seen a pink lake in my entire life. To be sure, it was a lot of pink lakes, but you get the picture.

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Magic Pink Lagoon In Western Australia

When I think of my favorite-picture that I took while I was here, only one comes to mind… only one comes to mind when I think of my favorite picture that I took while I was here. It may come across as conceited on my part, but I can’t help but adore the photograph in which I am running along the water’s edge. I have to say that this is my favorite self-portrait that I have ever created. (As an aside, the picture is also the first on the list in case you were wondering!)

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Magic Pink Lagoon In Western Australia

You’ve probably noticed that these photographs were taken from above. My photos were taken with the assistance of a drone that we had brought with us, and I couldn’t be more-pleased with the outcome!

I photograph a wide range of subjects, as you can probably tell if you’ve read any of my other posts and looked at the variety of images I’ve captured. It doesn’t matter what I shoot because I’m interested in everything. But, if you’re looking for something specific, I enjoy photographing nature and animals. It is extremely relaxing and invigorating.

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Magic Pink Lagoon In Western Australia

Overall, if there’s 1 piece of advice I could give to people who are just getting started in the photography industry, it would be…well, there’s only one piece of advice I can give you! The most-important piece of advice for beginners is to practice. Practice, practice, and even more practice are essential. Talent is not a magical quality, but rather the number of hours put into mastering a skill.

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