Thursday, September 4, 2014

Kelimutu Lakes – World’s Surreal Lakes

Crater lakes hide special magic, mystery and uniqueness. Can be created as a result of volcanic activity, meteor drop or explosion. Once the crater is formed, rain, runoff, groundwater circulation or melted ice filled crater with water, thus generating an interesting crater lake.
There are also volcanic lakes whose water color is incredibly picturesque, but filled with volcanic gases. Unlike volcanic lakes, ponds crater as part of old and inactive volcanoes are filled with fresh, clean water.
One of the most beautiful crater lakes from all over the world are Kelimutu lakes. The island of Flores in Indonesia includes three different crater lakes. One of them has a turquoise blue, the other two are shades of red and green. All three lakes are created by a volcano, so precisely because scientists do not understand why the lakes are different colors. If you want to explore some surreal places and enjoy in their beauty then we suggest to visit the Kelimutu lakes. Also this place is a dream destination for lovers of nature, awesome landscapes and fairy tale colored lakes.
Below you can see some mind blowing pictures from Kelimutu lake that will gonna take your breath away and will gonna feel like you are there and enjoy in their beauty.  Also this photos are prove that mother nature can create whatever she wants. If you want to have unforgettable trip than you should go to Kelimutu lakes. These pics will gonna make you to wish to visit this places one day.
Kelimutu Lakes   Worlds Surreal Lakes
Image by Simon Schöpf  via Flickr
Kelimutu Lakes   Worlds Surreal Lakes
Image by Rosino  via Flickr
Kelimutu Lakes   Worlds Surreal Lakes
Image by 1ieve  via Flickr
Kelimutu Lakes   Worlds Surreal Lakes
Image by Le Batteur De Lune  via Flickr
Kelimutu Lakes   Worlds Surreal Lakes
Image by NeilsPhotography  via Flickr
Kelimutu Lakes   Worlds Surreal Lakes
Image by …your local connection  via Flickr
Kelimutu Lakes   Worlds Surreal Lakes
Image by Nicolas Mirguet  via Flickr
Kelimutu Lakes   Worlds Surreal Lakes
Image by Simon Schöpf  via Flickr