Spectacular Photos Capture Frozen Beauty of Largest Freshwater Lake in the World
Moscow-based photographer Kristina Makeeva traveled to Lake Baikal in southern Siberia where she captured the beauty of the largest freshwater lake in the word. At around 600 kilometers long (373 miles), the vast, mirror-like surface features layers of transparent ice that has cracked and bubbled, leaving incredible, organic patterns and frozen formations.
Lake Baikal by Kristina Makeeva
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