Spotted on The Daily Mail UK:
The underwater park created every year when snow melts from surrounding mountains
- Diver Marc Henauer took fantastic pictures of Green Lake in Tragoess, Austria
- Lagoon doubles in size from 2,000 to 4,000sq metres every year when snow from Karst mountains melts
- Benches, bridges and trees that surround the lake are submerged
- The lake is normally only one metre deep, but increases to 12 metres after the that
At first glance, these photographs seem to show a scuba diver exploring the depths of an underwater world. But if you look more carefully you will see a tree, a bridge and even a park bench. In fact these incredible images show a diver traversing an Austrian lake that floods every year, covering everything in the surrounding area.
Credits:The Daily Mail UK
That..is just pure beauty. Amazing!
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