This is a view of the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone. It was taken from the Overlook Trail. It is so large (longer than a football field) that you need to be well above it to really see it. It also helped to see it later in the day when it was warmer, so that there was not quite so much steam.
The brilliant colors are from various organisms that grow the high temperatures of the spring (thermophiles). The various colors are due to different organisms thriving at different temperatures and in different soils.
What a great analogy for how God “plants” us in an environment where we can thrive. And further, “thrive” means different things (colors) for different people.