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Lake Teletskoye

I’m still fighting Crimean photographs, but it seems my work is having a slow down. I guess one of the reasons for that is the heat, which has finally settled in our city, as it’s constantly dragging me away from Crimean photographs to the photographs of rives and lakes, each of which is now looking more attractive than ever before. And the other is probably my longing to change the subject and check my archive for some good photographs of other locations. That’s why now I want to put in the blog this photograph of lake Teletskoye, to swim in which this time of year I guess would be awesome.

This lake, attracting hundreds of hikers every year, is considered the jewel of the Altai Republic and is definetely one of the most famous places of the region. Conceding only to Lake Baikal, Teletskoye is the second deepest freshwater lake in Russia, and is included in the list of UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site.

Landscapes and scenery photo. A view of lake Teletskoye at sunset. Altai Republic, Russia.

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