+48° 24’ 7.64”, +2° 41’ 59.77”
I was scanning some art but my cat said no
The railroad causeway dividing the Great Salt Lake in Utah prevents free circulation of water, thereby creating a brilliant colour contrast between the north and south arm. One arm of the lake is lower in salinity and is dominated by blue-green algae whereas the high salinity of the other arm allows the growth of the alga Dunaliella Salina which creates a distinctive wine red colour.
Such an old picture of Lake Lou!