Nope, these aren't filtered photos — they really are that bright and beautiful.
These Victorian homes are one of the most photographed locations in the city, not only because of their bright yellow, green, blue, and purple exteriors, but also thanks to the stunning back-drop of the city's downtown skyline.
The deep red color of the famous sandstone formations out west is a result of iron oxide in the rocks (a.k.a. rust). A 7.5-mile stretch of byway passes by the views making it a destination in and of itself.
Sure, it's pretty dang colorful year-round, but during this annual celebration, beads get tossed from floats and locals drape them on everything in the city — including their home, trees, and especially their necks.
Yellowstone National Park's largest and most famous hot spring has a unbelievable rainbow effect. The secret behind this wonder's color? Heat-loving bacteria.
Sure, the water's pretty, but it's the vibrantly painted lifeguard stands that are the true stars of this beach. Once you're done with the water and sand, explore Ocean Drive, which is known for its brightly-colored Art Deco buildings.
Winter is the best time to visit if you want to see the light show known as the Northern Lights, since the colorful bands are easiest to see during the darkest time of the year.
The Big Island boasts the only green-sand (albeit a deep, olive green) beach in the States, which is a result of remnants of volcanic cinder cone.
Every spring our nation's capital looks more like cotton candy than a serious place of important governmental work. There's even a festival in honor of the bright pink trees that blossom on the National Mall.
Honolulu is known an the rainbow capital of the world. Why? It's located next to Oahu's windward mountains that produce daily rain showers that are often followed by sunshine (it is a beach destination, after all).
A whopping 75% of Vermont is covered with forests, making it one of the most beautiful places to take in autumn's foliage offerings — and the very best place, according to their Governor.
One of the largest and deepest lakes in the country is also one of the bluest. But, despite what you might think, it's actually because there's so much algea in the water — not because it's supremely clear.
In 1931, an affluent judge and his wife bought a section of houses in the historic city and painted them pastel pink — and their neighbors liked it so much they followed their lead, which resulted in today's row of pretty homes.
The Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm in Woodburn holds an annual festival every spring where guests can roam 40 acres of blooming bulbs and even pick flowers to take home with them afterwards.
In the Big Apple, many graffiti artists create compelling and very colorful murals. Brazilian artist, Eduardo Kobra, left his mark on 25th Street with his own interpretation of the iconic photo of the couple kissing in Times Square in 1945.
The city's high elevation and little light pollution leads to some of the most breathtaking dusks. On any given night the sky might be yellow, blood orange, pink, or purple.