Forget the Red Sea; China’s Red Beach is the coolest crimson colored natural wonder

While many parts of the world welcome the onset of fall by celebrating red leafed trees changing their colors, visitors to Panjin, Chinas Red Beach does so by watching the plant life surrounding a nearby estuary change to a brilliant scarlet autumn, the seepweep that surrounds the water goes from green to red and eventually purple at the end of the cycle. While you cant walk on the seepweep, there is a wooden jetty that snakes around the 51 square foot area so that visitors can get an up close experience with the gorgeous natural phenomenon. In 1998, it was deemed a protected area and is also home to Crown cranes and Black Beaked gulls. [h/t] red-beach-china-2-1

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