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Fire Cave, Lake Baikal, Russia. Photographed by CoolBieRe. Want to travel for free? Try volunteering!

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Turquoise Ice, Lake Baikal - Russia | Full Dose

Turquoise Ice, Lake Baikal - Russia

Turquoise Ice, Lake Baikal - Russia Faerie gemstones - more precious for their transience

Frozen Lake Baikal that created a very interesting line work on its ice, it has cracks that does not connect or overshadow but forms a full circle. This line work will be explored in my embroidery sample

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿Frozen Lake Baikal that created a very interesting line work on its ice, it has cracks that does not connect or overshadow but forms a full circle. This line work will be explored in my embroidery sample

Lake Baikal, located in the southern part of eastern Siberia in Russia, is an incredible natural wonder of the world that one can only hope to visit at least once in their lifetime. It's not just the oldest freshwater lake on Earth, at 20 to 25 million years old, it's also one of the largest and deepest, holding an astounding one-fifth of the world's freshwater.

Shards of Turquoise Ice Jut Out of the World's Largest Lake

Shards of Turquoise Ice Jut Out of the World's Largest Lake.Lake Baikal, located in the southern part of eastern Siberia in Russia.

Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. #britairtrans

According to photographer Kristina Makeeva: “Baikal is impressive. It’s the deepest and the cleanest lake on Earth. When we were planning a trip, we didn’t even suspect it is so wonderful, majestic…

Beautiful Lake Baikal - Siberia, Russia. It is the world's oldest and deepest freshwater lake.

Lake Baikal - Siberia (Russia) - Asia - it is the world's oldest and deepest freshwater lake.

Turquoise Ice - Lake Baikal, Russia

oecologia: “ “In March, due to a natural phenomenon Siberia’s Lake Baikal is particularly amazing to photograph. The temperature, wind and sun cause the ice crust to crack and form beautiful turquoise blocks or ice hummocks on the lake’s.

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