Might be interesting to mention that the lake was created by a natural landslide in 1837. The trunks of pine trees of the former forest can still be seen in the lake. The Hungarian name (translated as "Killer Lake") reflects the drama in this event. And of course, there is a legend, with a beautiful girl kidnapped by an eval thief, to explain why and how this has happened ;)
Peter, thank you very much for adding a bit of interesting history (geological and folklore)...
and well captured,Thanks for sharing.
Greetings from Pakistan,Cheers!
Thank you very much, Karrar!
breathtaking...what a place, Viva Carpatia!
Thank you very much Tomek! In the fall I plan to post more photos taken this summer in the Carpathians.
Very radiant mountain scene!
Thanks for the kind words. I suspect the scene is even more radiant now with fall colors...
I like you attitude about summit and your pictures you post keep them coming Cheers from the ice man Jerry
Jerry, thank you very much for your appreciation and encouragement!
What a beautiful picture....looks like a great place to chill. I think SP needs more images like this one. Happy Trails out there.
Thank you very much for the compliments.
This is only a modest contribution...