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多洛米蒂山的布莱耶斯湖,南蒂罗尔,意大利 The Pragser Wildsee in the Dolomites, South Tyrol, Italy (© Marco Bottigelli/Getty Images)

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多洛米蒂山的布莱耶斯,南蒂罗尔,意大利 The Pragser Wildsee in the Dolomites, South Tyrol, Italy (© Marco Bottigelli/Getty Images)

自然奇景 A natural wonder

多洛米蒂的布莱耶斯湖,意大利

普拉格斯湖坐落在雄伟的多洛米蒂山脉中,是阿尔卑斯山的一颗明珠,也被称为布莱耶斯湖。湖水清澈见底,倒映着多洛米蒂山壮丽伟岸的白岩,四周环绕着郁郁葱葱的森林。湖边有一条风景优美的小径,在气候温和的时节吸引着众多游客前来远足和散步。夏季,这里是乘休闲的好去处;季,湖山色成了一幅浓郁的瑰画散发着魅力。普拉格斯湖把自然美景、历史与文化完美融合,矗立一旁的圣维特小教堂见证了它的过去。这个“拥有世上最美的高山景观”的迷人地方将为你带来难忘的体验。


路易斯湖,班夫国家公园,阿尔伯塔省,加拿大 Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada (© Mr. Simon Paul/Shutterstock)

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路易斯班夫国家公园阿尔伯塔省加拿大 Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada (© Mr. Simon Paul/Shutterstock)

加拿大式的小憩和放松 A little Canadian rest and relaxation

路易斯湖,班夫国家公园阿尔伯塔

闪烁着海蓝色芒的路易斯湖坐落在阿尔伯塔省班夫国家公园的加拿大落基山脉中,原住民纳科达人将该湖称为“Ho-run-num-nay”,意为“小鱼之湖”。后来,移民们以英国王室的路易斯公主的名字为这个冰川湖以及一座毗邻的小镇命名。那座小镇的海拔高达5200英尺,是加拿大海拔最高的小镇。游客们一年四季都可以通过加拿大高速公路到达路易斯湖,参加这里的夏季徒步旅行和滑雪等活动。

Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta

Glimmering in aquamarine tones, Lake Louise rests amid the Canadian Rockies in Alberta's Banff National Park. The Indigenous Nakoda people refer to the lake as Ho-run-num-nay, meaning 'lake of the little fishes.' It was later renamed by settlers, inspired by Britain's Princess Louise, whose husband was governor general of Canada between 1878 and 1883. The adjoining hamlet is also called Lake Louise and, at an elevation of almost 5,200 feet, is Canada's highest community.

This glacial lake is accessible throughout the year via the Trans-Canada Highway, and visitors enjoy hiking in the summer, skiing in the winter, and incredible mountain views at any time of the year.

明尼汪卡湖,阿尔伯塔省,加拿大 (© Ken Phung/500px/Getty Images)

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明尼汪卡阿尔伯塔省加拿大 (© Ken Phung/500px/Getty Images)

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明尼汪卡湖,阿尔伯塔

明尼汪卡湖的星空已经被人类欣赏了几个世纪。纳科达人敬畏湖水,因为他们相信湖中住着神灵,他们满怀敬意地在湖中捕鱼并沿着湖岸狩猎。湖的名字来源于印第安斯通尼族,意思是“水之精灵”。随着加拿大落基山脉旅游业的发展,人们在湖岸边建立了一个定居点。然而,为了下游的水力发电厂保留水源,该湖在1895年和1912年两度筑起了水坝,明尼汪卡的定居点也随之被淹没,只能靠潜水进入。如今,这个冰川湖是班夫国家公园的第二大湖,全长约21公里。


林帕达恩湖,斯诺登尼亚国家公园, 威尔士 (© Joe Daniel Price/Getty Images)

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林帕达恩,斯诺登尼亚国家公园威尔士 (© Joe Daniel Price/Getty Images)

一个让人沉思的地方

林帕达恩湖,斯诺登尼亚国家公园, 威尔士

从波粼粼的湖水、崎岖的山道、倾泻而下的瀑布到废弃的城堡,斯诺登尼亚国家公园永远令人惊叹。图中的林帕达恩湖位于迷人的兰贝里斯村附近。这个冰川湖长约2英里,深95英尺,是威尔士最大的天然湖泊之一。除此之外,这个碛堰塞湖被认定为具有特殊科学价值的地点以及沐浴水域。无论您是皮划艇爱好者,还是桨板运动爱好者,或者只是想简单地沐浴玩水,这里都能满足您的需求。该湖沿岸遍布着板岩采石场的遗迹,让人可以一窥该地区的工业历史。到了那里,别忘了打卡附近的多巴达恩城堡,这座历史悠久的城堡将为您的旅程增添了几分古色古香。


佩霍湖,百内国家公园,智利南部 Lake Pehoé, Torres del Paine National Park, Chile (© OST/Getty Images)

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佩霍百内国家公园智利南部 Lake Pehoé, Torres del Paine National Park, Chile (© OST/Getty Images)

照亮你忧郁的心 Shine a light into your blues

佩霍湖,百内国家公园,智利南部

蓝绿色的湖面上倒映着蔚蓝的天空,周围是嶙峋的山峰和郁郁葱葱的森林,这就是佩霍湖。这个冰川湖坐落在智利南部的百内国家公园内,是大自然的杰作。佩霍湖周围那高耸入的百内犄角(因形状酷似牛角而得名)和百内山丘也是一道特别的风景线。佩霍湖的湖水呈现出独特的绿松石蓝,是因为水中悬浮着被称为川粉或岩粉的细小岩石颗粒和矿物质。据说“Paine”(百内)一词源于特维尔切语,意为“蓝色”。1978年,百内国家公园被联合国教科文组织认定为生物圈保护区,其面积达700平方英里。徒步、划、观星……公园里有许多精彩的游玩项目,带上你的冒险精神,向南出发,来一段“告别忧郁”之旅吧!

Lake Pehoé, Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

Turquoise waters surrounded by jagged peaks and lush forests—that's Lake Pehoé for you. Nestled in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile, this glacial lake reflects the towering peaks of the Cuernos del Paine, pictured here bathed in the sun's rays. The lake gets its color from finely ground rock particles and minerals, known as glacial flour, suspended in the water. The word 'paine,' pronounced pie-neh, in the park’s name is believed to have its roots in a Tehuelche word meaning 'blue' while 'torres' means towers. The park is named after three striking granite peaks that reach up to 8,200 feet above sea level but boasts many other spectacular mountains. At 700 square miles, Torres del Paine is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve with a huge amount to offer visitors, from hiking and kayaking to stargazing. So, pack your sense of adventure and head south to beat the blues.

翡翠湖,加拿大育空地区 Emerald Lake, South Klondike Highway, Yukon, Canada (© artherng/Getty Images)

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翡翠加拿大育空地区 Emerald Lake, South Klondike Highway, Yukon, Canada (© artherng/Getty Images)

自内而外的彩 Glowing from within

加拿大的发现日

发现日是加拿大育空地区的一个年度节日,用来纪念1896年在富矿溪发现金矿,这个发现开启了克朗代克淘金热,进而推动了育空领地的建立。淘金热吸引了数以千计的淘金者来此寻找财富,推动了重大的经济和社会变革。

发现日是一个纪念和回顾育空地区丰富的遗产、历史和自然资源的好机会,我们今天在照片中看到的美丽的翡翠湖就是其中之一。发现日也是一个用来纪念参与了克朗代克淘金热的淘金者们的冒险精神和坚毅品格的日子。整个育空地区会在这天举办各式节庆活动,包括游行、历史情景重现、淘金比赛、演唱会等等。政府办公室、学校和很多商业机构也会在这一天关闭,以便居民们可以参与到节日活动中来。

Discovery Day in Yukon, Canada

It's Discovery Day in Yukon, Canada, a day to commemorate the 1896 discovery of gold at Bonanza Creek. The event set off the Klondike Gold Rush, which attracted thousands of prospectors to the region in search of gold, leading to significant economic and social changes. The population increase led to Yukon separating from the Northwest Territories and the formation of Yukon Territory in 1898.

Discovery Day celebrates Yukon's rich heritage, history, and natural resources—like Emerald Lake, seen in today's image, known for its deep green hues. You'll find it on the Klondike Highway, which roughly follows the route used by the prospectors more than a century ago. It is also a day to honor the spirit of adventure exhibited during the gold rush. Government offices, schools, and many businesses close to allow people to participate in the festivities, including parades, historical reenactments, gold panning competitions, and concerts.

镜池,长野,日本 Kagami-ike (Mirror Pond), Nagano, Japan (© Shoji Fujita/Getty Images)

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镜池,长野日本 Kagami-ike (Mirror Pond), Nagano, Japan (© Shoji Fujita/Getty Images)

一面反映大自然之美的镜子 A mirror reflecting nature's beauty

镜池,长野,日本

迷人的镜池坐落在日本长野。水池周围清幽的环境完美倒映在这个人工水库的镜面般的水中。被郁郁葱葱的绿色植物和户隐山脉所包围的镜池,四季的风景都各有千。在樱花盛开的季节,瓣瓣樱会随着微风在湖面起伏。秋日,周围橙黄的木倒映在湖面上,仿佛湖中也有一片人间仙境。

Kagami-ike, Nagano, Japan

This serene Japanese landscape is reflected in the still waters of an artificial reservoir known as Kagami-ike, meaning ‘mirror pond.' Surrounded by lush greenery and the Togakushi Mountain Range in Nagano Prefecture, Kagami-ike emerges from the morning mists to create an enchanting spectacle. During the cherry blossom season, visitors walk among sakura petals that float along the breeze while, in autumn, they can enjoy its surrounding orange and yellow foliage. This secluded spot is a wonderfully peaceful place for mindful meditation and self-reflection.

托雷维耶哈潟湖,阿利坎特,西班牙 Laguna de Torrevieja, Alicante, Spain (© Juan Maria Coy Vergara/Getty Images)

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托雷维耶哈潟,阿利坎特,西班牙 Laguna de Torrevieja, Alicante, Spain (© Juan Maria Coy Vergara/Getty Images)

粉红色,很好看 Pretty in pink

托雷维耶哈潟湖,阿利坎特,西班牙

大自然中的水是什么颜色?我们的第一反应通常是蓝色或绿色。但是你见过粉色的水吗?这片粉红湖泊就是西班牙阿利坎特的托雷维耶哈潟湖。这个湖泊的含盐度非常高,湖面上还有自然形成的盐结晶团,使它成为富含胡萝卜素的微生物藻类繁殖的完美家园,因此才形成了这片粉红的水域。这里的甲壳类动物吃掉这些藻类后,也会变成粉色,进而又被火烈鸟吃掉,最终让火烈鸟也变成了粉色。

Laguna de Torrevieja, Spain

When we encounter bodies of water in nature, we might expect hues of blue, from the pale cyan shade of lagoons to the navy blue of deep lakes. But pink water—where on Earth could that be found? At (deep breath) El Parque Natural de Las Lagunas de La Mata y Torrevieja in Alicante, Spain. Here, there are two lakes: one green and one pink, and it is the latter that you see on our homepage. The highly saline water, dotted with clusters of salt crystals, is the perfect environment for microscopic algae, which are rich in carotenes. This results in the rosy tinge that protects the algae from solar radiation. And the pink is just getting started, as the algae are eaten by tiny crustaceans, which turn pink and are then eaten by flamingos, which acquire the rosy hue as well.

阿尔卑斯山脉锡尔夫雷塔山的乔里森湖,瑞士 Jöriseen lakes in the Silvretta Alps, Switzerland (© Florin Baumann/Getty Images)

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阿尔卑斯山脉锡尔夫雷塔的乔里森瑞士 Jöriseen lakes in the Silvretta Alps, Switzerland (© Florin Baumann/Getty Images)

蓝湖和险峰 Bright blue lakes and rugged mountains

阿尔卑斯山脉锡尔夫雷塔山的约里森湖,瑞士

今天我们要探索一处超凡脱俗的奇景:瑞士达沃斯附近的约里森湖群。天气晴朗时,湖面会呈现出不真实的蓝色,和周围灰暗、嶙峋的锡尔夫雷塔山形成鲜明的对比。阳被水中的“岩粉”(湖床被冰川摩擦产生的细微的岩石颗粒)反射,形成了这种鲜艳的蓝色。锡尔夫雷塔山被川环绕,和碧蓝色的约里森湖一起被称为“蓝色锡尔夫雷塔”。如果你想亲眼目睹此景,要知道来到此地的路途并不容易。记得带上合适的徒步鞋、大量的饮用水和强健的双腿。

Jöriseen lakes in the Silvretta Alps, Switzerland

Today we're exploring a place of otherworldly beauty: the Jöriseen, a group of alpine lakes near Davos, Switzerland. On sunny days, the lakes glow an ethereal blue, contrasting with the dark, jagged Silvretta Alps that encircle them. The sunlight is reflected in the water by 'rock flour'—silt-sized rock particles generated from the grinding of bedrock by glaciers.

The Silvretta Alps sit across the Swiss-Austrian border and are themselves surrounded by glaciers in an area known as the 'Blue Silvretta.' If you want to enjoy these stunning views up close, you'll have to work for it. Bring your best hiking boots, plenty of water, and some strong legs.

鲍威尔湖,美国 Lake Powell on the Colorado River (© Peter Schaefer/Alamy)

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鲍威尔美国 Lake Powell on the Colorado River (© Peter Schaefer/Alamy)

蜿蜒曲折的人工湖泊,鲍威尔湖 Man-made, meandering Lake Powell

世界水日

鲍威尔湖是科罗拉多河上的一座人工水库,跨越犹他州内华达州边境。19世纪60年代美国修建格伦峡谷大坝后形成了这个水库。大坝利用水力发电,但同时也因为湖面加大了水体的表面积,从而更多的水被蒸发,造成了水资源流失。2000年干旱来临时,鲍威尔湖的水位开始直线下降,到2005年时,鲍威尔湖的储水量几乎仅为1999年时的一半。人类对水资源是极度依赖的,因此联合国在1993年设立了世界水日,旨在通过教育和公益活动在政府和普通人群层面上建立起更好的用水措施。全球人口正在增长,我们每个人都必须为保护水资源和清洁水资源出一份力。

World Water Day

Lake Powell is a man-made reservoir on the Colorado River, stretching across the Utah and Nevada border. It was formed in the 1960s after the US built the Glen Canyon Dam. Though the dam creates power through hydroelectricity, it also causes water loss due to evaporation from the broader surface area of the lake. When the drought took hold around 2000, the lake's water levels began to plummet, and in 2005 it lost nearly half of its volume compared to 1999. It's important to consider our dependence on freshwater, which is why the United Nations created World Water Day in 1993. Through education and activism, they aim to create better water practices on governmental and individual levels. As our global population increases, it's crucial that we all do our part to conserve our freshwater and keep it clean.