The overflow of Ladybower reservoir in the Peak District

Alex Wilson: “The overflow of Ladybower Reservoir in the Peak District looks just like somebody has removed a giant bathplug”


Talla Reservoir in Scotland

Rory Browne



A school of fishes in one of the lakes in Jiuzhaigou Valley

Rhea Andrada: “A school of fish in one of the lakes in Jiuzhaigou Valley, [China,] a Unesco World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve.”



Isola dei Pescatori on Lago Maggiore
Ieuan Yusuf-George: “Isola dei Pescatori on Lago Maggiore seen through the summer haze on our late afternoon ferry trip back to Baveno[, Italy].”
Small lake at Glencoe

Guy Butler: “One of Glencoe’s small lakes looking east across the Scottish Highlands.”



 Lake Naivasha in Kenya, taken by Simon Hewett.

View from the summit of Mount Snowden in Wales

John Edwards: “Taken from the summit of Snowdon, [Gwynedd,] the lake in the foreground is Llyn Llydaw and the lakes in the background are Llynnau Mymbyr near to Capel Curig.”


Adil Iqbal: “Taken at Plitvice Lakes National Park, whilst on holiday in Croatia this past spring. The World Heritage Site encloses 16 crystal clear lakes, all a shade of azure blue and connected by waterfalls and cascades. Breathtaking.”


 Emerald Lakes in Tongariro National Park, New Zealand by Sean Harrison.


Jim McVeigh: “This is a World War II Curtiss SB2C Helldiver being retrieved from Otay Lake, near San Diego, California, 65 years after it crashed during training. The plane was discovered by a sport fisherman using a sonar fish-finder.”



























Posted August 11, 2013 by kitokinimi in Uncategorized

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