Even an Instagram filter can’t improve on the world’s most colorful locations

Kashmiri traditional folk dancers perform during the season's opening of Siraj Bagh, claimed to be the largest tulip garden in Asia, on Zabarwan Hills in Srinagar, India, Monday, April 6, 2015. The opening of Kashmir's flower garden, unfolding over 1.2 million tulip bulbs of nearly 60 varieties, marks the beginning of a new tourism season in the valley. (AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan)

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The dazzling colors in some locations around the world will take your breath away. They’re so bright, they seem unreal.

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is bursting with beautiful, colorful wildlife. It’s also large enough to be seen from space.

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The Painted Desert in Arizona is another prime example. It’s a spectacular natural site where clay and sandstone intersect to create striking tones.

Have you ever tiptoed through the tulips in Holland? That’s definitely a bucket list item for many.

And just feast your eyes on the Valley of Flowers, a national park in India. The name speaks for itself.

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