An amazing rainbow swamp found in Virginia

An amazing rainbow swamp discovered in VirginiaPhoto from open sources

Professional American photographer Ross Brenten from the state Virginia recently went with his girlfriend to the national Fest Landing Park. There, a couple in love stumbled upon striking rainbow swamp. At first, our heroes predictably thought that someone had spilled fuel oil here, however no extraneous smell was felt near the reservoir.

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It turns out that the reserve staff cannot find explanations for such an amazing sight of water. Some specialists suggested that the rainbow colors could be caused by subtle film on the surface of the swamp formed as a result of isolation decaying plants of natural oils. In addition, his anaerobic bacteria that reduce volumes may possibly contribute iron in the soil.

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Many World Wide Web Users Seeing These Pictures remembered the fantastic film “Annihilation” in which the group scientists went to the so-called “Flicker” – an abnormal zone, formed in the swamps of one of the American national parks after the fall of a mysterious meteorite. The most interesting thing is that in In the film, the anomalous zone also had a rainbow iridescent color. Not catch the analogy? ..

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