It’s a popular question: how far would you go for a beautiful picture? For a number of Instagrammers, it seems the answer is: I would paddle out onto a beautiful Siberian lake that’s actually a chemical waste dump for the nearby power plant.
What sounds like a joke is, in fact, very real. According to a report in The New York Times, a beautifully turquoise bit of water near the town of Novosibirsk has attracted hundreds of people intent on posing in front of what has recently been dubbed the “Maldives of Novosibirsk.” But what looks like a pristine lake with impossibly blue water is actually a man-made ash dump for Heating and Electrical Station Number 5, a power plant owned by Siberian Generating Company.
The blue hue is the result of calcium salts and metal oxides that are…
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