Some ‘turquoise’ from around the world.
The third Joffre Lake, a turquoise glacial till lake, surrounded by the glacier (BC, Canada).
A large piece of turquoise carved with ancient cliff dwellings in an Anacortes Store, Washington, USA. Turquoise doors in Penang, Malaysia.
Agua Clara in Palenque, Mexico is as turquoise as a glacial till lake up north even though there aren’t any glaciers around. A boarded-up building in Port Magee is made vibrant with painted flowers and false windows (Ireland).
A turquoise chair abstract from Moab in Utah, USA. An adobe building in Purmamarca blends into the coloured sandstone surrounding it, the turquoise door acting as a punctuation mark. (Quebrada de Humahuaca in Argentina’s northwest). A turquoise house in Guatemala. A turquoise wall with a bike in Hoi An, Vietnam. More of Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Turquoise.