View of “three-colored lakes” in China’s Tibet

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Aerial photo taken on April 2, 2022 shows the `black lake` of the `three-colored lakes` in Puyu Village of Banbar County, Qamdo, southwest China`s Tibet Autonomous Region.The "three-colored lakes" in Banbar County are comprised of three hill-separated ponds which display black, white and yellow colors due to their varying depths and sediments. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)

View of “three-colored lakes” in China’s Tibet

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Aerial photo taken on April 2, 2022 shows the `black lake` of the `three-colored lakes` in Puyu Village of Banbar County, Qamdo, southwest China`s Tibet Autonomous Region.The "three-colored lakes" in Banbar County are comprised of three hill-separated ponds which display black, white and yellow colors due to their varying depths and sediments. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)

View of “three-colored lakes” in China’s Tibet

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Aerial photo taken on April 2, 2022 shows the `white lake` of the `three-colored lakes` in Puyu Village of Banbar County, Qamdo, southwest China`s Tibet Autonomous Region.The "three-colored lakes" in Banbar County are comprised of three hill-separated ponds which display black, white and yellow colors due to their varying depths and sediments. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)

View of “three-colored lakes” in China’s Tibet

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Aerial photo taken on April 2, 2022 shows the `white lake` of the `three-colored lakes` in Puyu Village of Banbar County, Qamdo, southwest China`s Tibet Autonomous Region.The "three-colored lakes" in Banbar County are comprised of three hill-separated ponds which display black, white and yellow colors due to their varying depths and sediments. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)

View of “three-colored lakes” in China’s Tibet

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Aerial photo taken on April 2, 2022 shows the `yellow lake` of the `three-colored lakes` in Puyu Village of Banbar County, Qamdo, southwest China`s Tibet Autonomous Region.The "three-colored lakes" in Banbar County are comprised of three hill-separated ponds which display black, white and yellow colors due to their varying depths and sediments. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)

View of “three-colored lakes” in China’s Tibet

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Aerial photo taken on April 2, 2022 shows the `yellow lake` and `black lake`of the `three-colored lakes` in Puyu Village of Banbar County, Qamdo, southwest China`s Tibet Autonomous Region.The "three-colored lakes" in Banbar County are comprised of three hill-separated ponds which display black, white and yellow colors due to their varying depths and sediments. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)

View of “three-colored lakes” in China’s Tibet

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Aerial photo taken on April 2, 2022 shows the `yellow lake` of the `three-colored lakes` in Puyu Village of Banbar County, Qamdo, southwest China`s Tibet Autonomous Region.The "three-colored lakes" in Banbar County are comprised of three hill-separated ponds which display black, white and yellow colors due to their varying depths and sediments. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)