Looks like a painting, doesn’t it?
The Spotted Lake near the city of Osoyoos in British Columbia, right at the Washington state border, is not the result of someone’s too vivid imagination but of the many different mineral deposits found in it.
Like a giant painter’s palette full of greens.
Spotted Lake is rich in calcium, sodium and magnesium sulphate (Epsom salts) and even silver and titanium. It is called Kliluk by the Okanagan Indians who have known of the lake’s therapeutic powers for generations.
Composition in orange.
The Spotted Lake changes colour throughout the year and therefore is beautiful to look at in any season.